Mumbai: Director Kabir Khan finds it “amusing” that Lashkar-e-Taiba arch and Mumbai attacks designer Hafiz Saeed sought a anathema on a recover of his film “Phantom” in Pakistan following that a probity there criminialized a screening in a country.
“The chairman who in a viewpoint is one of a many wanted terrorists is filing a petition to anathema my movie, was a small comical for me,” pronounced Khan, whose film will strike china shade subsequent Friday.
The Lahore High Court on Thursday banned a recover of “Phantom” in Pakistan on Saeed’s defence that a film set on post-26/11 attacks contains “filthy propaganda” opposite him and his outfit.
The story of “Phantom”, starring Saif Ali Khan and Katrina Kaif, revolves around a group’s bid to move a perpetrators to justice.
“They have left forward and finished this before saying a film. My bargain is, it has got to do with a backdrop of a film that is a quarrelsome emanate between a dual countries,” a executive told Times Now.
“There are some worried truths about a impasse of Lashkar-e-Taiba in 26/11 attacks. Since it operates from Pakistan so this could have combined an worried conditions that’s because they have finished this,” he said.
In a petition filed on 8 August, Saeed’s disciple AK Dogar purported that there is a approach hazard to a LeT chief’s life and his associates emanating from a calm of a trailer of a film.