After the Uri Attacks, a huge debate on the banning of Pak Artists is going on. Bollywood is divided over the banning the Pakistani artists. Unfortunately, we have some of the Pro-Pak apologists who are against the banning of the Pak artists.
Among these Bollytards who are speaking in support of the Pak artists, there is a true patriot in Bollywood who shows them their real faces. We are talking about Nana Patekar.
He is a true patriot and for him, the respect for the Nation comes first. When asked about the issue of banning Pak artists, he has given a very bold statement which is going viral all over the social media.
“For me, the nation comes first, then artists. I was in Army and I have spent two and half years there. So I know who our biggest heroes are. No one can be a bigger hero than our Army men. Our original heroes are our jawans.”
Indirectly referring to Salman Khan’s Pro-Pak statement, Nana Further says,
“We are just an ordinary people, and an artist is very small in front of the country, they are just like bed bugs in front of our soldiers. We are nothing in front of our soldiers. First stands my country, I don’t know anyone beyond my country neither would I want to know”.
And slamming media for giving so much attention to the statements of Pro-Pak Bollytards, Nana says,
“हम जो बोलते हैं उसके ऊपर ध्यान मत दो, और आपको समझ आ गया होगा की मैं किनके बारे में बोल रहा हूँ। हम जो पटर-पटर करते हैं उसपे ध्यान मत दो। इतनी अहमियत मत दो उनको इतनी औकात नहीं है उनकी। (Don’t pay attention to what we say, don’t give this much importance to anyone. You must have understood whom I am speaking about. And those who keep on speaking, they don’t deserve that much of importance. “
This is a hard-hitting tight Slap on media and artists who keeps the artist before the country. Must listen to the awesome statement by Nana Patekar in the video below:
Nana Patekar is a gem, a rare drop of honesty in an ocean of hypocrites.
Simple & effective message to Pro Pak apologists pic.twitter.com/KKISe3zmxa
— Rishi Bagree (@rishibagree) October 3, 2016