Protesters tried to stall the shoot of Alia Bhatt’s upcoming flick ‘Raazi’ in Doodhpathri in Central Kashmir. The protesters chanted azadi slogans and also, ‘Musa Musa Zakir Musa’ near the shoot location.
The youth, assembled for the protest, asked the security officials and crew members to stop the shooting.
Alia Bhatt is in Kashmir these days for the shoot of her upcoming film Raazi, along with co-star Vicky Kaushal and the crew of the movie.
Raazi, which is set during the 1971 India-Pakistan war and is based on the book ‘Calling Sehmat’, is directed by Meghna Gulzar. In the movie, Alia plays a Kashmiri girl married to a Pakistani army officer, essayed by Vicky Kaushal.
Alia, who is an avid Instagram user, shared quite a few pictures, capturing the beauty of Kashmir, on her handle, since the shoot of the second schedule of Raazi has begun in Kashmir.
Earlier, on September 19, Zakir Musa, al-Qaeda-appointed head of Kashmir jihad, threatened India against the deportation of Rohingyas.
Zakir, through a video, threatened that Hindus in Kashmir would be persecuted if India deports the Rohingyas.
“No Hindu will remain in Kashmir, if they harass the Burmese refugee Muslims in Kashmir,” said Musa.India, on September 18, in its affidavit stated that Rohingya refugees have links with the global terror outfit Islamic State as well as Pakistan’s spy agency ISI. Centre’s affidavit filed in Supreme Court states that terror-backing Rohingyas active in Jammu, Delhi, Hyderabad and Mewat. Furthermore, it is observed by the Centre that the Rohingyas have indulged in anti-national and illegal activities such as mobilising funds through hawala, procuring fake IDs, human trafficking and have involved in plots for a communal flare-up.