He was greeted with "shame, shame" slogans as soon as he alighted from his vehicle at Jinnah International Airport in Karachi.
He was encircled by people who kept shouting at Kabir "Make a film on subversive activities of RAW in Pakistan", reported the ARY News.
Angry people protested against Khan for his films portraying Pakistan as 'a haven of terrorists'. Khan arrived in Karachi for a day-long visit to participate in an event on Tuesday (April 26).
While reacting on the incident, Bollywood fraternity also condemend the alleged heckling of Khan.
Director Madhur Bhadarkar told a news agency, "We condemn it. It was absolutely wrong. Films are a work of fiction & an expression of the film maker. Ít shouldn't be taken in bad taste."
Actor Raza Murad said, "Even after Pathankot attack, we welcomed their SIT team, no one heckled them, this is India.'
WATCH: Indian director Kabir Khan heckled,threatened with a shoe at Karachi airport for making 'anti-Pakistan' filmshttps://t.co/AEtnsiaTRf— ANI (@ANI_news) April 27, 2016
Kabir Khan was invited to Karachi for a conference— ANI (@ANI_news) April 27, 2016