Abhijeet slams Karan Johar, Mahesh Bhatt, Khans for backing Pakistani talent2,211 views
Abhijeet had gone on a rant against Pakistanis after the attack on soliders in Jammu and Kashmir’s Uri.
Mumbai: Singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya has become controversy’s favourite child nowadays. He was recently arrested and released on bail for one of the comments he made against a female journalist on Twitter. He had also got involved in a spat with Sonam Kapoor during the controversy over Shobhaa De’s comments on Indian athletes at the Olympics.
And this time, he has attacked Pakistan on Twitter after the shocking attacks on Indian Army soldiers at Uri in Jammu and Kashmir. He has singled out directors Mahesh Bhatt, Karan Johar and the ‘Superstar Khans’ for giving opportunities to talent from Pakistan.
He had gone on a rant against Pakistanis and even asked External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and former ministers Salman Khurshid and Mani Shankar Aiyar why people of the neighbouring country were allowed to work here.
Let’s see where this one ends.
Fawad Khan’s Profile:
Khan was born on 29 November 1981 in Karachi to a family originally based in Lahore. He spent earlier years of his life abroad. Khan, as his father’s job required, lived in Athens, Dubai, Saudi Arabia and Riyadh and then went to Manchester during the Gulf War, moving back to Lahore. He has lived in Lahore since the age of 13. He could play the guitar, bass and drums all when he was only 20. He put his voice to use as the lead singer of the band Entity Paradigm. Khan obtained his A-levels from Lahore Grammar School Lahore and went on to complete his bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the National University of Computer and Emerging Sciences, Lahore. His first acting performance was amateur acting in a Theatre play called Spartacus during A-level in 1999.
Khan married Sadaf Aftab on 12 November 2005 in an Islamic Wedding Ceremony after a courtship of 8 years. He has a son Aayaan from her. Khan, in collaboration with his wife, established a clothing brand called SILK by Fawad Khan, the debut collection was launched in August 2012 at Lahore.
Khan, developed Diabetes mellitus type 1 at the age of 17 after he met an accident that damaged his pancreas.