Saif Ali Khan in Gurdwara to say sorry!


With his film Love Aaj Kal set to be released on Friday 31st July, actor Saif Ali Khan has apologized to the Sikh community. In a bid to clear the controversy regarding his portrayal of a Sikh in the film, Saif along with director Imtiaz Ali addressed the media at the Guru Singh Sabha Gurdwara recently. Saif Ali Khan apologized to the community via a letter to The Punjab Cultural and Heritage Board and also agreed to cut an objectionable scene from the movie. The members of The Punjab Cultural and Heritage board had requested to watch the movie 15 days ago to make sure that there was no wrong representation of the Sikh community in it. After watching the movie, they had three major issues: The length of Khans beard, a scene at a Gurdwara and a joke about a Sardar. Earlier the films director Imtiaz Ali and producer-star Saif Ali Khan had organized a screening for members of the Board to reassure them that their movie is not disrespectful to the Sikh community. Distributed by Tubemogul.

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