LAHORE: With threats looming and diplomatic tensions skyrocketing Pakistani masses have urged Indo-Pak establishments to post the expected war till after the release of the upcoming Bollywood movie Aye Dil Hai Mushkil, Khabaristan Times has learnt.While no rallies were carried out, and there is absolutely no question about every single citizen’s commitment to fight the enemy at the front, the reverberations created inside individual heads echoed as a collective protest.“Bloody hell how hot does Aishwarya look,” Hamid Bhatti told himself while threatening war against India through his fake Twitter profile. “Anushka is killing it as always as well. I would die for Pakistan, but I am also willing to die for Anushka,” he further added, while switching between the trailer of the movie and his Twitter jihad against India.Another buff Mehmood Ilahi told himself that while he can’t wait for war between India and Pakistan, and for his side to conquer the other, he wouldn’t mind doing so after watching Aye Dil Hai Mushkil. “I think it would be a nice way to relax before kicking some Indian butts,” he added.Aye Dil Hai Mushkil, directed by Karan Johar, stars Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Ranbir Kapoor, Anushka Sharma and Fawad Khan, the latter being a Pakistan actor who has already been threatened to leave by extremists in India.“I wish I had the opportunity to die for Pakistan in a war against India like Fawad,” says Khawaja Mudassir. “I envy him, but this is what hard work gives you – opportunities to achieve things that millions others would die for – literally.”Meanwhile, Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed has stated that India releasing Aye Dil Hai Mushkil’s trailer itself is a call for war. He has further warned Fawad Khan of dire consequences if the film ‘releases anywhere in the subcontinent.’ “The only way he can survive is if he agrees to star in a JuD financed multi-starrer Aye Dil Hai Muslim,” a JuD press released read. Shaan Shahid and Hamza Ali Abbasi have already been roped in for the project. This article originally appeared in Khabaristan Times and has been reproduced with permission.