Pulwama Attack: Pakistani singers to be removed from Salman Khan’s Notebook, Bharat

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New Delhi, Feb 19: Following the ban on Pakistani artistes imposed by All India Cine Workers’ Association, Pakistani singer Atif Aslam has reportedly been removed from Salman Khan’s Notebook and Bharat according to reports.

Salman Khan Films and Cine 1 Films released a joint statement, “Our entire crew could shoot safely in the Valley primarily due to the efforts of the Indian Army, the CRPF and also the people of Kashmir, who have constantly ensured that law and order prevail in the region even under the most extreme circumstances. We offer our prayers for the victims and extend our heartfelt condolences to their families.”

It was further added that Atif Aslam’s song is all set to be re-recorded soon with a new singer.

A Deccan Chronicle report quoted a source as saying, “This time, Salman knows that he can’t ignore the demand to ban the Pakistani singers. And while he believes the voices of Rahat Fateh Ali Khan and Atif Aslam suit him best, there are far bigger truths to tackle right now.”

Salman Khan has made a great contribution to the “Bharat Ke Veer” fund, following the unfortunate incident in Pulwama.

The attack that lead to the death of more than 40 CRPF soliders has led to great unrest in very sphere of the country.