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Sukhwinder Singh: Pakistani artists are welcome to India but they must condemn such attacks - Times of India

Amid the increasing animosity on both sides of the border after Uri, singer Sukhwinder Singh recently visited the Wagah Border and entertained the jawans there with his songs. "It was a personal visit - I went with Ajay Devgn. I could see the Pakistani officers from the gate saying 'Namaste' and 'Sat Sri Akal'," he recalls. Their gesture touched him, he says. Sukhwinder, who has sung patriotic songs like 'Chak De. India' and 'Jai Ho' , says he feels that Indo-Pak relations have been souring for a long time now, and that Uri was another chapter in a long story. About the IMPPA banning Pakistani artists, he says, "If they come to India, I will be the first one to welcome them, but on one condition - they must condemn such attacks. Main nahin kehta sadak pe tamasha karo, par ek aah toh bhar sakte ho. After the Peshawar school massacre, they condemned those attacks and we, the Indian artists, joined them. Aap ek line toh keh sakte ho. They were approached by Indian friends and were advised to at least give a message about friendship and brotherhood and say that the attacks were wrong. If they can't say that, they must leave. Using Adnan Sami's tweets as an example, Sukhwinder says that the artists have to speak against terrorism, not Pakistan. "The surgical strike was an attack on terrorism, not on Pakistan. Did India wage a war against Pakistan. If various Indian outfits want a ban on Pakistani artists, it is because of how they feel about the nation. For the Pakistani artists also, it is not easy to speak against their country. They will be executed (sic) the moment they say anything negative. Then we hear that some of them went back to their country and said wrong things about India (Fawad Khan apparently said 'Bollywood kisike baap ka hai kya. They are very good artists. Unki ghazalon mein itne sher hain. Koi ek sher hi bol dein jo dosti ki baat kare. Arre yaar, kuch toh bolo. Jo pyaar desh ke liye hai, wohi pyaar insaniyat ke liye bhi dikhana chahiye. Dimag se mat bolo. On Pakistan banning Indian movies, Sukhwinder says, "Usse India ko koi fark nahin padega, par agar Pakistani artists yahan ban ho gaye toh woh barbaad ho jayenge. When I meet these artists in the US, the UK or Canada, they tell me, 'Sukwinder sahab, zindagi toh aap log jeete ho India mein, hum toh musibat mein jeete hain. Sukhwinder, who hails from Amritsar, says though he is a true patriot, the animosity between the two countries hurts him. "Batwara actually India ka nahin, Punjab ka hua tha. Source: timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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  • Sukhwinder Singh: Pakistani artists are welcome to India but they must condemn such attacks

    10/06/16 ,via Times of India

    Sukhwinder, who has sung patriotic songs like 'Chak De! India' and 'Jai Ho', says he feels that Indo-Pak relations have been souring for a long time now, and that Uri was another chapter in a long story. About the IMPPA banning Pakistani artists, he

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