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Aamir Khan declared a traitor during a meeting with Turkish first lady

Bollywood actor Aamir Khan is currently in Turkey for the shooting of his film “Lal Singh Chadha”.

Lal Singh Chadha is a remake of the 1994 comedy-drama “Forest Gump” in which American actor Tom Hanks played the lead role. The rest of the shooting of the film will be completed in Turkey as the shooting of films is banned in India due to the spread of Coronavirus. Along with Aamir Khan, Kareena Kapoor has played the lead role.

According to the Turkish state news agency Anatolia, Aamir Khan himself had requested for the meeting to be held at the residence of the first lady in Istanbul.

Aamir Khan, who went to Turkey in 2017 to promote his film “Superstar” at the special invitation of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, had shown great interest in Istanbul and Ankara.

During the meeting, Aamir Khan told Amina Ardawan how he got into the film industry, as well as the welfare schemes being implemented with his wife Karan Rao, and discussed the culture and food of Turkey and India.

Aamir Khan invited the Turkish first lady to come on the set of the film during the shooting of the film “Lal Singh Chadha” and said that he hoped that places like India would be found here.

Later, the Turkish First Lady shared photos of the meeting on Twitter and expressed her happiness over the purpose of Aamir Khan’s visit to Turkey.

The actor went on to post hateful messages against Aamir Khan on social media in India, calling the actor an enemy of the country.

The actor went on to post hateful messages against Aamir Khan on social media in India, calling the actor an enemy of the country.

Biased Indians allege that Aamir Khan, who has shown anti-Hindu content in films, is now meeting anti-India elements.

Not only that, but the Indians also tweeted about Aamir’s meeting, citing his refusal to meet the Israeli Prime Minister, his opposition to Indian rule in occupied Kashmir by Turkey and his support for Pakistan’s position in this regard.

Lal Singh Chadha’s shooting in Indian Punjab was affected after Karuna’s launch in March, which is being resumed after about five months. The film was scheduled to hit theatres on Christmas Eve in December, but will likely be released in December 2021 due to the coronavirus.

 

 

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