Bajrangi Bhaijaan director Kabir Khan chased at Karachi airport
Posted on: 27-04-2016 , 04:38:PM | DY365 Bureau
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Apr 27, 2016- Bajrangi Bhaijaan director Kabir Khan had to deal with angry protesters at the Karachi International Airport in Pakistan on Wednesday.
Khan was on his way to Lahore from Karachi when he was confronted by a group of angry protesters with shoes in hand. The director had two releases last year, Bajrangi Bhaijaan with Salman Khan and Phantom with Saif Ali Khan. Of the two, Phantom was met with a ban in Pakistan for its anti-Pakistan content. On his way to Lahore, Kabir had to deal with several furious Pakistani protesters who questioned the director about Phantom. In addition to that, protesters threw several anti-India and pro-Pakistan slogans at the director. A shoe-wielding protester also chased the Phantom director to the departure lounge at the Karachi Airport, warning the director about "Indian conspiracies against Pakistan army", according to reports published in Dawn.com. Kabir Khan was in Karachi to attend a marketing seminar, MARCON 2016