In the wake of the Pulwama terror attack, the country gets together to support the victims In light of the recent devastating Pulwama attack, the Indian film fraternity has come together and backed their valuable support to the armed forces. With the series of changes a lot of tough decisions have been made by the industry to stand in solidarity with our heroes. In order to condemn the attack the film industry has pulled back from associating any ties with Pakistan. As per recent news, producer Dinesh Vijan (Maddock Films), producer of films like Stree and Hindi Medium, has resolved to not release any of his future projects in Pakistan.
Dinesh Vijan announced via a statement that his banner Maddock Films will not be releasing Luka Chuppi, Arjun Patiala and Made in China in the territory. He has cancelled a contract with the Pakistan distributor of the films, and will not release his projects in Pakistan. The producer spoke in an interview and shred the same. He said,
“This has been one of the most horrific terrorist attacks. It’s time we stand in solidarity, and this is my small way of showing that we are with them in these times.” With this he clearly defines that none of his upcoming projects shall release in Pakistan for the foreseeable future.
As of Pulwama terror attack, Sharing the news on his social media handle, film critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh wrote, “Producer Dinesh Vijan [Maddock Films] cancels contract with #Pakistan distributor… Won’t release #LukaChuppi and #ArjunPatiala in #Pakistan. #PulwamaAttack #PulwamaTerrorAttacks” (sic).
Luka Chuppi is debutant Laxman Utekar’s film and the story of a couple who decide to go for live-in and how their whole family gets involved with their idea.The film will hit the screens on March 1. While Arjun Patiala is a romantic comedy under Rohit Jugraj directorial and will release on May 3.