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Stone pelting attack on Imran Hashmi

Stone pelting attack on Imran Hashmi
Stone pelting attack on Imran Hashmi

Bollywood actor Emraan Hashmi was stoned while shooting in Pahalgam, Jammu and Kashmir, India. This incident happened on Monday evening. Police have arrested one person in this incident.

It is known that after finishing the shooting, Imran and other crew members went to Pahalgam market. It was then alleged that stones were thrown at them. After receiving the complaint, the police started investigating the incident. Police have arrested one person so far in this incident. In the meantime, many Bollywood filmmakers have applied to shoot movies in Bhuswarga. In the midst of this, the Pahalgam attack took place.

Emraan Hashmi’s ‘Ground Zero’ movie is shooting in Kashmir. This film is based on Indian Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers. Earlier this movie was shot in Srinagar. Imran shot this film in Srinagar for about 14 days. At that time, a crowd gathered to see Imran for several days. Many complained that he could not give time to the fans as he was busy at that time. After that, Imran came to shoot at Pahelgam in Anantnag district of South Kashmir. There they were attacked.

If Emraan Hashmi himself said on Twitter that no such incident happened. He also wrote that the people of Kashmir are very hospitable.

According to Indian media, the administration has taken a new initiative to make Kashmir a hot spot for shooting Bollywood films once again, removing the fear of terrorism. About 500 new film shooting applications are being submitted there. Of these, 150 shooting applications have been allowed. Not only Bollywood, South Indian filmmakers are also showing interest in shooting in the valley.

After the 90s, cinema halls were also closed with shootings in Kashmir. Cinema halls in Kashmir are opening after almost three decades on Tuesday. The governor inaugurated two new cinema halls in Pulwama and Shopian. In this situation, the administration is thinking of attacking the Bollywood actors and workers who came to shoot in Pahalgam. Security measures are being strengthened.

The article is in Bengali

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