Pakistan, which otherwise claims to be independent of India, is still dependent on us for its religious, social, political, and economic needs. The terrorist nation’s massive meltdown over Sooryavanshi, an Indian movie, and that too after supposedly Indian journalist Rana Ayyub’s rant, is a concrete example of that.
Rana Ayyub’s rant on India endorsed by the Pakistani President:
After ultra-left journalist Rana Ayyub’s stunt to defame India and Indians in the international arena failed, Pakistan decided to use her article in an attempt to reinvigorate the ‘victimisation of Muslims in India’ theory, which is a false, maligned, and a troglodyte-era propaganda.
Rana Ayyub’s Washington Post rant on Sooryavanshi got an endorsement from Arif Alvi, the 13th and current president of Pakistan. While retweeting Rana Ayyub’s Muslim victimization theory article in the Washington Post, Arif Alvi termed it as a dangerous trend for India. He warned India about destroying itself. He then attempted to divide Indians based on sanity and insanity.
If we go by the Pakistani president’s tweet, those who believe the false notion that Muslims are victimised in India are sane, while those who don’t believe it (in the wake of evidence that Muslims’ share as a percentage of the population has only risen) are insane. Arif Alvi even went on to quote Milan Kundera on how history and culture are made and erased.
The endorsement did not go down well with neither Indians nor Pakistani netizens.
A Pakistani Citizen from Quetta asked him to leave his post as their lives have become hell ever since he came to the power.
Various other Pakistani citizens went on to share their problems, effectively asking him to concentrate on the internal problems of Pakistan.
Indian citizens also went on to remind him about the persecuted history of Hindus in Pakistan and advised him to stay away from Indian politics.
Pakistani actress shows multiple hypocrisies in a single tweet:
As Pakistan’s president was surrounded with controversies, a Pakistani actress Mehwish Hayat accused Bollywood of spreading the imaginary phenomenon of Islamophobia. She then went on to ask Bollywood to follow Hollywood. Her reference for Hollywood is significant, as recently Hollywood has gone woke and is promoting Islamism, a well-known phenomenon that will end up curtailing their freedom of expression.
In the next sentence, she provided proof of how Islamism curtails creativity and freedom of expression when she asked Indian filmmakers to show Muslims in a positive role only. Asking an artist to follow only a certain agenda with his/her art is the biggest crime against artist, his/her creativity, and the constitutional value of freedom of expression. It ends up killing the inner art of the artist, whose responsible creative outputs have the potential to take the civilization forward. But, Islamists do not believe in it.
Drama around Muslim villain in Sooryavanshi:
Recently, Rana Ayyub, who has no moral journalistic credentials whatsoever, furnished a feature-length article titled “Why an Indian film’s success at the box office should worry us all” in a publication, with her usual “Hindus are bad, Muslims are oppressed” stale trope. She argued that the film attempts to discriminate against the Hindus by writing, “Sooryavanshi is one of the most successful films in India after the covid-19 lockdowns were eased. Its success contributes to the climate of hate and discrimination that India’s estimated 200 million Muslims must face everyday.”
Also read: How Sooryavanshi is the new ‘Kabir Singh’ for Indian liberals
Rohit Shetty shuts the leftist journo:
Sooryavanshi was in a hot soup from left-liberal section of media due to its portrayal of a Muslim as the villain. On his press tour, director Rohit Shetty was constantly bombarded with the accusation of a deliberate attempt to paint all Muslims as villains. When a Quint journalist again asked him this question, Shetty decided to shun all talks. Replying to the propaganda-fuelled question, he said, “If I ask you one question… Jaikant Shikre (in Singham) was a Hindu Marathi. Then a second film came where a Hindu godman was there. Then in Simba, Durva Ranade was a Maharashtrian again. In these three, negative forces were Hindu, why isn’t that a problem?”
Also read: Rohit Shetty blasts Quint Journalist Abira Dhar for accusing him of showing Muslims in a bad light
As it turns out, no one uttered a word when Indian movies constantly showed Hindu ‘babas’ and pujaris in a bad light for the last 70 years. However, as soon as the reality of Muslim appeasement in India was shown on the screen, all hell broke loose among the Taliban-supporting left-liberal brigade. Indian left-liberal media needs to wake up to the phenomenon that their non-factual, conjectured journalism is being used by the enemies of the nation. Their anti-national stance needs to stop, immediately.