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India s nationalist patriots have decided on behalf of whole country that Pakistani actors will not act in Indian movies anymore. They believe that employing Pakistani actors is an anti-nationalist act and these actors should be banned from Indian film industry. In reaction to this, Pakistan has taken down all Indian movies and cinema halls are set to become shopping plazas. This suits well with warmongers who are happy with the increasing tensions between the countries. Since Independence, India and Pakistan have explored various ways of communicating each other and work on their bilateral relationship. Indian movies and Bollywood has been a source of potent soft power in influencing and entertaining the masses in Pakistan. It is an unofficial and easy way of emotionally connecting with our long lost brothers on the other side of the border. It is important to realize that after the Indian movies vanish from Pakistan cinema halls, it will become easier for hard Islam to strengthen its grip in an already unstable country. By favoring nationalism and jingoism and throwing away its soft power, India is losing more than it realizes. The consequences of this will be visible in a bleak cold future.

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