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Airlift sequel to show Akshay Kumar rescuing JNU students who don’t care about current controversy

22, Feb 2016 By Sandeep Kadian

Mumbai: In exclusive details accessed by Faking News, work has started on a sequel to Airlift where Ranjit Katyal will rescue those students who are sick and tired of the current controversy inside their campus.

Airlift 2- JNU se..... Azaadi
Airlift 2- JNU se….. Azadi

Jawahar Lal University in Delhi is long associated with politics and political activism. While controversies aren’t anything new to JNU, latest controversy has lasted longer than the attention span of many students who can’t pretend to care about it anymore. Under pressure from left and right winged student organizations, they are awaiting a rescue to a place where they don’t have to fake interest in Kanhaiya or Omar or sedition laws.

One of the producers of Airlift 2, speaking to Faking News said, “Well Airlift was based on a real life rescue mission so obviously the sequel will have to be something similar. Last time, many people accused us of editing the real story so this time we decided to conduct the rescue mission ourselves and shoot it as we go along. Students who don’t care about the JNU controversy are stuck inside the campus and this is a perfect rescue mission for us.”

As per experts, rescue mission this time will be incredibly tough for Ranjit Katyal as he will have to evade not only the Delhi Police and JNU staff but also multiple organizations inside JNU like AISA, DSU, SFI, ABVP, NSUI, IDGAF, FOSLA, TDH, HAHK, DDLJ, KKHH etc.

Akshay Kumar aka Ranjit Katyal is currently undergoing training at FBI Academy in Quantico so that he can go inside JNU and evacuate those students despite the presence of all these organizations.

When we spoke to one of the students awaiting a rescue, he said,” Boss my brain has become totally fried omelet. I just don’t care now and want to go to a place where I don’t have to hear about this controversy. I am even contemplating passing out this year after spending 15 years at JNU, just to get away from it all.”

Meanwhile, media organizations have hit out against these students who are no longer watching 24X7 coverage of JNU controversy and called them Anti-Nationals.

*inspired from this article on My Faking News