The 64-year-old actor took to Twitter on Tuesday night, on the eve of the opening ceremony of the 10th edition of the premier cricket tournament.
"Is this the security we have in this country for filmmakers or artistes? Who's answerable to this? Tomorrow you start doing this with everybody. It will be impossible to make films. Who are they? Are they the caretakers of history," Kapoor fumed.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi showed gratitude to people on twitter for showing support to the “historic step to fight corruption”.
Speaking against the PEMRA’s decision to enforce a blanket ban on Indian content in Pakistan, Rishi Kapoor said that the multiplex industry in Pakistan could suffer without showing Indian content.