Karan Johar bought rights of 'Ghazi', which is based on Indo-Pak War

Filmmaker Karan Johar shared a video on Tuesday on Social media to get his upcoming film 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' out from the controversy of Pakistani protest. In the video, he promised not to make any films with Pakistani artists, till the time things don't get normal, but he is not left away from Pakistan, there is a new evidence of it. News says taht Karan Johar's has bought Hindi Distribution Rights of Tegulu film 'Ghazi'. This is one war film, which is based on 1971 India-Pakistan war. The film will be release in Telugu, Tamil, and Hindi version. It is said that on 24 February 2017, this film will be released. It is said that this Karan Johar's south love is awakened from seeing the story of the film. Rana Daggubatti and Taapsee Pannu starrer film 'Ghazi', is based on a ture story, which happened during India-Pakistan war in 71. In the film, Rana is playing the role of a Naval officer, whereas Taapsee will be seen as a Refugee girl in the film. rana Karan played a sold deal last year in South when he bought Hindi Distribution rights of S.S Rajamouli's film 'Baahubali'. This film was a milestone in Hindi cinema history. The second part of this film will be released next year. The second part Baahubali : The Conclusion is also directed by S.S Rajamouli. Prabhas will be seen playing the lead role in the film. Rana Daggubatti will be seen in Villain role. People are eagerly waiting to know that who killed Baahubali. You may also know : Karan Johar 's video message over Ae Dil Hai Mushkil Box office collection 2016