Ajay Devgn is all set for the release of his upcoming film Shivaay’, and a lot is being written and said about it.
The actor, who is generally known to stay away from talking about anything except films, recently voiced his opinion on the infinite ban on Pakistani artists.
Aaj Tak organised an event recently where Ajay was asked about the ban. And without ignoring the question, he decided to talk about it openly.
Ajay expressed his support for the ban, but also spoke against the problems being created for the release of ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’.
He went on to say that the industry is scared to take part in politics, as their films will not be allowed to release.
When he was asked about nationalism or fear playing a part in expressing a view, Ajay Devgn said, ‘Both’.
Ajay said, ‘When it comes to nationalism, as I said, I stand by the country. When it comes to politics, industry men gets a little scared.’
‘He gets scared because if today you say anything against a group, your film will be stopped, something will happen.’
He further said that the industry is too vulnerable as far as politics is concerned.
‘Where nationalism is concerned, I don’t think it (Bollywood) is divided… We want to stay away from politics because we are vulnerable, said the actor.
Shivaay is all set to release on October 28.