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India: Karan Johar pledge not to use Pakistan actors goes viral

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India: Karan Johar pledge not to use Pakistan actors goes viralPopular Bollywood director Karan Johar's video message pledging not to use Pakistani actors in the future, causes chatter on social media.
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News video: Karan Johar Breaks His Silence On ADHM Row

Karan Johar Breaks His Silence On ADHM Row 02:44

Filmmaker Karan Johar whose film Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is in the middle of a controversy and has been getting threats from the MNS has come out in the open to clear that for him the country comes first.

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