Rishi Kapoor, the 66-year-old opinionated actor , who is currently in New York undergoing treatment for an unknown disease shared his two bits on the Indo-Pak situation, and we completely agree with him.
After Kangana's remark about how Bollywood celebrities should be more participatory in political matters, a wave of actors came forth to share their two bits about India's current situation with Pakistan. We aren't sure if it's because of the statement Kangana made or celebrities really have a dominant opinion but in a way it's good the industry is meting out their opinions because it heavily impacts their fan base.
Kapoor came forth on Twitter and said Pakistan should join hands with India to 'root out terrorism' and we completely agree with him, as that seems as the most probable and sane solution at hand, right now, sans the violence.
He said : "Agree with @arunjaitley If Pakistan truly wants to root out terrorism as they say so,they should join hands with India to do so. We and you have nothing against our respective civilians. If Imran cannot, Pakistan Army or ISI should do it. Think!"
Agree with @arunjaitley If Pakistan truly wants to root out terrorism as they say so,they should join hands with India to do so. We and you have nothing against our respective civilians. If Imran cannot, Pakistan Army or ISI should do it. Think!— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) 10 March 2019
Kapoor's opinion on Twitter came forth after Arun Jaitley, the finance minister, spoke to a news channel and shared his opinion about how Pakistan has been in dismissal about the Indian air-strikes and the state isn't cooperating to curb terrorism. And we completely agree with him and with Rishi Kapoor.
Post the Pulwama attack, where over 40 CRPF jawans lost their lives, India and Pakistan have been trying to validate peace through acts of violence and the best possible way to curb the dire situation is if the two countries have a dialogue and reach a pivotal point of eventuality, where steps are taken to remove terrorism from the root. While that may take time to occur, a good way to start the process is by joining hands and coming up with apt tactical solutions that will benefit both the countries.
While most politicians and other celebrities want the idea of peace to prevail between the two states, following through with the imminent ideology may take time and we really hope it happens before it's too late.
While Rishi Kapoor, amongst many others, shares his opinion on the matter, we hope for nothing more than normalcy between India and Pakistan, soon.