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Friday, 30 March 2012

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Apologizing for banning Agent Vinod, Pakistan offered Saif Ali Khan Mullah Digvijay Singh Award


India apologizes for watching movie and asks Pakistan to offer Saif a citizenship

Finally, Pakistan Authorities apologized for banning Agent Vinod, a major peace initiative from Saif Ali Khan's Illuminati Films. To show their regret, Pakistan authorities announced precious Mullah Digvijay Singh Award to Saif Ali Khan.

"We are very sorry about our step to ban movie Agent Vinod in Pakistan before watching it and making preconceive decisions. We are now glad that our authorities understood their mistakes and we plan to launch it with a grand ceremony, inviting all major bollywood celebrities like Dilip Kumar, Shahrukh Khan, Mahesh Bhatt and Saif Ali Khan who always endorsed Indo-Pak peace process," said Pakistan's Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gillani in a packed press-conference.

Gillani said "We also glad to announce prestigious Mullah Digvijay Singh Award, which we launched in a previous year in a tribute to India's greatest intellect and only person next to Pakistan who called Osama as Osamaji, Digvijay Singh (Chacha Digvijay Singh or Diggy Chacha). This award was earlier given to India's other honourable Manishakar Aiyer."

Movie Agent Vinod, which released in March, expressed its gratitude towards Pakistan's Inter Service Intelligence (ISI) and blamed Indian businessmen and corporate tycoons for terrorist attacks and bomb blasts. The movie is expected to release in the next week in Pakistan.

Pakistan's Army chief Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, who will present the award to Saif said "We are pleased that jannat-e-gulfaam ashfaq-ul-gulistan Saif Ali Khan endorsed our words while his partner gul-e-gulistan bulbul-e-bahaar Kareena Kapoor also supported him in spreading the message. I am glad that Indian society is gradually maturing."

"This was a totally different perception and handling from Indian moviemakers after their last release of Mein Hoon na, which showed that how Indian terrorists have harmed Indo-Pakistan peace talks and Pakistan always showed maturity and took lead towards peace initiatives," said Zaffar Abbas, editor of oldest and most widely read English-language newspaper, Dawn.

Abbas said "We are happy that Indian movie makers are showing great kind of mellowness towards a noble cause. We expect Indian government and people will take some cues from them and will behave in a peaceful manner and stop hatred against Pakistan's charitable organisations like Lashkar-e-Taiba."

The news that Pakistan announced Mullah Digvijay Singh Award made Saif Ali Khan happy who tried to change minds of Indian viewers totally by giving them a shot that Indian businessmen can also take such extreme steps like terrorist attacks on their own countries for short-selling in the equity markets.

He said "Wow baby, I am thankful of my Uncle Maj-Gen Isfandyar Ali Khan Pataudi (deputy director general in ISI) who supported my venture which not only talks on the difficult life of ISI agents, for which Kareena has put her whole and soul but also helped me into a social cause of Indo-Pakistan unity. I am happy that Pakistan finally recognized my efforts."

However, political reactions from India were still sharp and bitter. While Arun Jaitely of BJP said that it would be better to send Saif to Pakistan and the country also should offer him a citizenship along with Manishankar Aiyer, Shahrukh Khan, Dilip Kumar and great Digvijay Singh. Diggy Chacha, however, kept his mum on the topic and told DCFC reporter not to put any words into his mouth.

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