Ajay Devgn will remove objectionable dialogues from ‘Son Of Sardar’
News have said that the Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn has agreed to remove all the objectionable dialogues from his upcoming film ‘Son Of Sardar’.
Ajay Devgn has made the promise to remove the objectionable dialogues in a meeting with Sikh leaders and other in Amritsar.
Earlier, the film ‘Son Of Sardar’ was involved into controversy after All India Sikh Students Federation [AISSF] objected some scene in the film and said that will put Sikhs in a poor light.
And the actor said that he knows the culture and tradition of Sikhsa dn he will maintain the respect of it.
The statement issued by the SGPC, it said that the actor is ready to remove the objectionable dialogues from the film.
Talking to media, Ajay Devgn said, “I have explained my side to the SGPC committee. We will remove the objectionable portions.”
The actor had specially arrived to Amritsar from Hyderabad to meet five members SGCP committee to resolve the issue. Earlier, AISSF President, Karnail Singh Peermohammed, had registered a complaint that the film has objectionable dialogues.
Meanwhile, Punjab cabinet minister Bikram Singh Majithia, was present at the meeting and the subsequent press conference addressed by Devgn.
The film casts Ajay Devgn, Sonakshi Sinha, Sanjay Dutt, and Juhi Chawala in the lead role and expected to release in November 2012.