India and Pakistan are the two Asian states that have always shared bitter moments. Since the partition of the two states, they have been engaged in cold wars and unnecessary hatred. They have disputes over Kashmir: which might as well never end.
Read about Kashmir issue : Kashmir Conflict – What is the reason behind it and how it all began?Even though both the nations came in one-on-one encounter last time in 1998, but the media wars have been evident since then. The two have been fighting over small and big issues on social media and electronic media. There have been instances where Pakistani actors were banned from taking part in Indian films. India’s most famous director, Karan Johar, who casted Asia’s heartthrob Fawad Khan in his film “Ae Dil hai Mushkil” faced immense trouble. Pakistani singers like Atif Aslam and Rahat Fateh Ali Khan had their concerts cancelled in India due to the ongoing tussle. However, recently the media war initiated when on 14th of February 2019, a car bomb killed 42 CRFP Indian personals in Kashmir. Later the Pulwana attack killed 9 Indian soldiers and policemen. There have been no evidence that Pakistan government supported the attack, yet the Indian media and the government placed all the blame on Pakistan. While Indian media gave hype to the event, Pakistan did not responded in a hyper manner and were well busy for the arrival of Saudi Crown Prince.