NEW DELHI: Union home minister Rajnath Singh has assured full support for the release of Karan Johar's "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil", film producer Mukesh Bhatt said on Thursday.
"Rajnathji said he will speak to the chief minister of every state and assured that "Ae Dil Hai Mushkil" will release without any violence or issue," Bhatt said after his meeting with the home minister in Delhi.
The movie, which stars Fawad Khan, ran into trouble after the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) said they won't let any movie featuring Pakistani artistes release in India.
Bhatt, who is the president of Film &

Television Producers Guild of India, and Apoorva Mehta, from Johar's Dharma Productions, met Rajnath to discuss the smooth release of the upcoming film.
Seeking to calm tempers over opposition to the release of his directorial venture, Johar earlier appealed against stalling the release, saying he will not engage with talent from Pakistan in future.
MNS continued their protests as the party rejected Johar's statement that he will not "engage with talent" from Pakistan in future.
The Maharashtra government has, however, assured protection to cinemas where the film will be screened from Diwali weekend.
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