Amidst all the raging nationalist controversies, finally, Karan Johar’s Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is set to safely release on its decided date. MNS has withdrawn all threats and consequently the cine multiplexes have given a nod to release the movie.
Karan Cheema, a businessman from Maharashtra, sent a cheque of Rs 320/- in the name of Johar’s production house, Dharma Productions. Along with it, he has also attached a letter explaining the reason behind sending a cheque to KJo.
On account of two tickets, this man has decided to pay for the loss of ADHM. This is a reply to Karan’s recent video appealing the masses to not boycott the movie for one Pakistani actor but to support it for 600 Indian crew members.
So it seems to happen that Karan Cheema was so touched by this patriotic gesture that he reached out to financially ‘support’ the movie but not stand by its art, as it casts an actor from our enemy country in a guest appearance.