Jaish-e-Muhammad (JeM) chief and Pathankot attack mastermind Masood Azhar’s right hand man Abdul Razak Mohammad Aziz today issued a fatwa against Arshi Khan and Indian film maker and director Maneesh Singh for degrading the Pakistani flag and what he termed blasphemy. He has also banned the film Green Terror which is currently at the pre-production stage by Chennai-based production house Vrindaavan Films.
Just two weeks ago, Arshi Khan had stirred up a hornet’s nest in India with her controversial film poster shoot. The film produced and directed by controversial director Mannesh Singh shows Arshi Khan topless with a Pakistan flag painted on her back with the words “Azad Kashmir scrawled on it.
According to Mohammad Aziz, a spokesperson for the JeM, photographs of Arshi Khan with the Pakistan flag painted on her topless back and on her bikini on her bust and crotch have been widely circulated in the media. “This is a humiliation for Pakistan and also a blasphemy against Islam.
A selfie image shot by a mobile phone shows Arshi Khan showing her middle finger while posing for the above mentioned shoot, this is a direct insult against Pakistan and PAK (Pakistan Administered Kashmir) and we have issued a fatwa denouncing the acts by Arshi Khan and director Maneesh Singh, Mohammad Aziz told a Pakistani journalist associated with an international news agency.
After painting the Indian and Pakistan flags on her bare, semi-nude back last year during the 20-20 World cup, Arshi Khan who plays the main lead in director Maneesh Singh’s film “Green Terror” reportedly posed with a Pakistani flag painted on her bust and crotch.
Some photographs which were leaked reportedly by a photographer, show Arshi Khan posing with the Pakistani flag painted on her bikini both on her bust and crotch and her bare bosom and back.