Indian media authorities warn artists against online collaboration with Pakistani celebrities!
During the time of utter distress, Pakistani and Indian artists are paving way towards positivity and bringing into play their utmost talent to brighten up our day. As the whole world is under the influence of novel corona virus and ambiance is depressing, the celebrities are utilizing virtual media to get connected with each other and hence collaborating to keep up the moods and spirits high. Doing their part in bringing smile to peoples’ faces by keeping everyone entertained during these grim times. Sems like Indian Cinematic authorities namely The Federation of Western India Cine Employees (FWICE) are not contented with that and imposed ban on Indian artists joining hands with Pakistani celebrities on social media platforms.
It’s the need of the hour to keep people away from the depressive modes and to accentuate optimism within the region and the only way to do it effectively is through entertainment. While staying at home, apart from doing house chores, it is highly imperative to keep our minds off the negative impact of the current situation.
Lately, Ali Sethi collaborated with Indian artist Rekha Bhardwaj, Varun Grover and Shilpa Rao.Whereas, singer Rahet Fateh Ali Khan also promised to participate in the #wednation, a virtual platform during the lockdown where he will give a musical tribute along with Indian singer Harshdeep Kaur.
The letter read;
“We are pained to inform all members that despite being fully aware that FWICE has issued a total non-cooperation circular advising all members not to work in any manner whatsoever with all Pakistani artistes, singers and technicians, some members are blatantly violating the non-cooperation circular, “We have been informed that more such Entertainment products and songs are being planned and made. We have to strictly inform all the members of our affiliates to kindly note that the non-cooperation circular is valid and subsisting and anyone found cooperating or working in any manner with any Pakistani artistes, singers and technicians, in any mode or media of entertainment will be subject to strict disciplinary action,”