New Delhi: Film maker Kabir Khan, who was recently invited to Pakistan for a conference, has stuck in trouble.
According to report, Kabir Khan, the director of ‘Bajrangi Bhaijaan’ and ‘Phantom’, departed to Karachi on Tuesday.
He was invited to speak at the Marketing Association of Pakistan’s annual conference in Karachi.
According to latest reports, a community of protesters jested the Indian and Bollywood director while he was in the airport. Kabir was taunted for making ‘Phantom’, a film which was banned in Pakistan owing to its content.
Director Khan had to bare shame slogans and awkwardness. However, he was soon moved to a lounge by the Airport security.