Throwback: SRK once opened up on the Indian Mujahideen threat that Muslim actors shouldn’t work in the Bollywood industry

Shah Rukh Khan talked about the Indian Mujahideen threat

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Back in 2008, In an interview, SRK had opened up about why he doesn’t pay any attention to someone giving him religion-related advice.

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Talking to Economic Times, Shah Rukh Khan talked about the Indian Mujahideen threat, the actor said, “See, it’s a reality that now, everybody personally will also have to change the way they live and work and move around, pay attention to security… That all is one thing.”

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“But anybody saying, I should not work in cinema? Come on! If somebody tells me that religion doesn’t allow me to act in movies, I think it’s a little strange, because I don’t think when these tenets were given down, they were making movies, neither is there any reference to this in the Holy Book that I have read. No religion has even told anybody that work is wrong, any kind of work,” SRK said.


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