Adnan Siddiqui Talks About Pakistan-India Relations


According to Adnan Siddiqui “Pakistanis and Indians share more than just the color of their skins.”

Adnan Siddiqui Talks About India

Adnan Siddiqui is one of the most talented and usually-seen faces of the local industry. As he is successful enough in Pakistan, Adnan Siddiqui also debuts in Bollywood films now. Moreover, in an interview with IANS, he spoke about the reaction of his home-audience. Adnan Siddiqui mentioned:

“A good product is receives recognition everywhere. People here in Pakistan have loved the film and are ecstatic about the collaboration between the two nations.”

He also expressed not being able to promote his debut film:

“Obviously it is a sad feeling when you are not able to promote a project you have spent tiring days and nights working on. But then I am happy that the promotion is in more than capable hands, like Sridevi and Nawaazuddin Siddiqui and Akshaye Khanna.”

Adnan Siddiqui’s Views of Pak-India Relations

Adnan Siddiqui

In his interview, Adnan Siddiqui also talked about the Pakistan-India relations and its effect on the artists across borders. He quoted:

“I wouldn’t go as far as saying there’s resentment to this situation. But I would agree it is hurting the relations between artists of both the countries. The politics may steer a situation in any direction but the people of both countries love and respect art for what it is. They don’t see passports when they purchase a ticket, they see a film.”

He added:

“People of the both countries are smart enough not get themselves into politically incorrect situations. My production of Seeta Bagri was extremely well perceived and people in Pakistan supported its message of tolerance and brotherhood.”

Adnan Siddiqui believes that if not through politics, peace between the both nations can be developed through art and skills. He quoted:

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“No matter how hard people try, our cultural ties will come out strong. We share more than just the color of our skins, we share history, we share values, we share customs and it is just a matter of time we will start sharing our artists, directors, writers, technicians on a large scale too. I honestly believe we can find peace in the art.”




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