LoC. As per bi-weekly intelligence report, 3,000 odd artists heavily armed with different types of deadly skills such as singing-in-trains, excessive expressions, noise making, etc. are camping near Indo-Pak border waiting for a chance to infiltrate into Mahesh Bhatt camp.
Though Indian establishment has obvious doubt on their real intentions, but Mahesh bhatt played down the fear. He said that he was not afraid and actually looking forward to greet them all with open arms unless he was busy scratching at odd places.
“They may be visa jumpers and security concern for rest of you, but I look at them as cheap labor. Why to pay crores to Indian actors for 5-6 kisses, 6-7 songs, 3-4 fights and 2-3 dramatic scenes when these artists from Pakistan are ready to do it all for food?” He said.
“They can get killed for doing just these things there in Pakistan so there is a human aspect is also there,” he quickly added and claimed that he was doing so because he had nothing but peace and humanity in his heart.
With this, it has become clear that after a brief affinity for a non-Pakistani artist called Sunny Leone, Mahesh Bhatt has gone back to his first love i.e. Pakistani artists.
This has upset many in India.
Noted singer Abhijit said, “What nonsense is this! Any train-singer is being publicized as sufi-singer. And then I am just wondering as to how many thousand nephews and nieces a person can have, even if one got his roots in Pakistan!”
But the Pakistani artists have only praises for Mahesh, “He is our masiha, he is our Spielberg and Hitchcock. We are very fortunate that during partition, India got to keep Mahesh Bhatt otherwise in Pakistan, Lashkar-E-Jahiliya would have killed him decades ago. National Geographic must do a show on him as a preserver of the rarest species – Pakistani Artists.”
Nida Fazli, a noted expert in drawing comparisons, could not agree more, “Yes, just like Politics is the last refuse for all the scoundrels, or a Gutter is the last refuse for all the cockroaches, Mahesh Bhatt camp is the last resort for all the Pakistani artists.”