The actor welcomed Khan’s speech, in which the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief said Pakistan is ready to improve its relationship with India.
“Well spoken Imran Khan. I have been saying whatever you said on all channels past two days regarding India-Pakistan! I hope you succeed in making your ‘Mulk’ have good relations with my ‘Mulk’,” Rishi Kapoor tweeted soon after Imran’s victory speech.
Rishi, who will be seen in the role of a Muslim father caught in a terror plot in Mulk, has expressed hope for better relationship between the two countries in his recent interviews to promote the film. He had said, “Even North Korea and US sat down for delegation level talks; If they can solve their dispute, then why can’t India and Pakistan? Why can’t we also just sit and talk and find out the solution of this age-old rivalry? Are we always going to fight like this?”
Here's what celebrities have to say about Imran Khan's victory in Pakistan's general election.
Hoping for a better equation at the volatile north western border, says Atul Kasbekar
Tumhari Sulu producer Atul Kasbekar shared on Twitter, "I’m perhaps unduly optimistic about Indo Pak relations with @ImranKhanPTI at the helm. Hope the optimism isn’t misplaced. Hoping for a better equation at the volatile north western border."
Now you have the biggest responsibility of bringing peace and harmony in the subcontinent, says Ayushmann
Ayushmann Khurrana posted on Twitter, "His victory speech at 92 cricket World Cup made my father predict- “yeh banda pakka ek din Pakistan ka PM banega.” And it happened today. Congrats @ImranKhanPTI sir. Have always been a fan. Now you have the biggest responsibility of bringing peace and harmony in the subcontinent."