The high road is for suckers. Know what's the best way to deal with conflict? Retaliation!
First India banned our actors, then our drama serials; what's next? We need to show them who's boss.
This means that anything remotely Indian must go. Let's start with these eight:
1) Abs, especially Ranveer Singh's
We can't tell you how many Pakistani women have been disarmed by Ranveer Singh's abs.
Or how many people have been immobilised by Katrina Kaif's bod.
Surely this is a ploy to weaken us. Ban abs!
2) Vin Diesel
He was adorably fast and furious before he signed on to star in xXx: Return of Xander Cage with Deepika Padukone.
But now, with all that steamy cosying up, he's got Deepika cooties for sure. And Deepika is Indian, after all.
We declare Vin to be Indian by association.
So what if he's got a bod to die for? No more Vin! No more Vin!
FYI: The jury's still out on Dwayne Johnson.
The band had no problem appropriating Indian culture and offering bit parts to Sonam Kapoor.
But they don't come to Pakistan to shoot music videos on roofs and cash in on our slums. WHY? Discrimination. Ban them!
This Katrina is a big troublemaker. First the abs, then she gets up close and personal with a mango in this ad campaign.
Sorry Aamir Liaquat, we know this is the ultimate sacrifice, but anything licked by an Indian has to go.
5) Excessive gesticulation
Pfft, being too animated is for traitors. Aggressive arm movements are not for us.
Aim to be a potato instead.
Here is a totally unrelated picture of our Prime Minister.
6) Weight loss
Let Adnan Sami be the prime example of how treacherous weight loss can be.
Because along with excess fat, you apparently also end up losing any loyalty you had for your country. These darn "diets" (wink wink) have got to go!
No weight loss, no abs, no treason. It all makes sense.
7) Justin Trudeau
Just look at the way he's dancing, it’s like the beginning of every grand Bollywood number ever! Why you do this, Trudeau? Why you love bhangra?
8) Pierce Brosnan
You can't sit with us if your retirement plan involves endorsing pan masalas in India.
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