Her comment came after Veere Di Wedding was banned in Pakistan following which we witnessed a mini storm in a teacup on social media.
She further added, "I am overwhelmed with response from the audience and at the box office and I hope this film breaks the glass ceiling". She again called Pakistan a "failed state", one that has "no law and order". "I don't understand why we keep taking pleasure from all the silly things that happen in Pakistan", she said. In an interview in 2016, Bhasker commented on the rising tension between India and Pakistan post 2016's Uri attack. Divided by history, pain, sociopolitical realities, religion, terrorism. United by hating on Swara", Swara replied, "Dushman ka dushman dost! "My regard for and goodwill towards the people of Pakistan remains unchanged".
Responding to an Indian journalist on Twitter, Bhaskar on Monday said, "There should be a distinction between states/ governments of a country and the people of that country".
Standing strong on all the expectations and hype around it, Veere Di Wedding is quite an entertaining and enjoyable that you can enjoy.