Sikh organizations object some scenes in ‘A Flying Jatt’ movie




Sikh organizations object some scenes in 'A Flying Jatt' movie
Sikh organizations object some scenes in 'A Flying Jatt' movie

Though National Board of Film Certification has cleared the newly releasing Bollywood movie ‘A Flying Jatt’ with no cuts, some Sikh organizations are demanding the makers to remove the religious emblems from the film. Director Remo D’Souza is about to react to these demands by soon updating his cinema with the changes desirable to the community.

Sources told that there are some emblems in the movie which the Sikh organizations are urging the makers to remove from their celluloid. They had interrupted to the release of ‘Dhishoom’ as one of the scene in Jacqueline Fernandez starrer item song had a knife dangling on heroine’s hip which was further edited and removed digitally.

Sikh organizations object some scenes in 'A Flying Jatt' movie
Sikh organizations object some scenes in ‘A Flying Jatt’ movie

Although the filmmakers have mentioned in their interaction with media that there is nothing controversial in this movie and no religious sentiments have been hurt with the inclusion of some scenes. Some Jatt and Sikh organizations previously had objected some scenes in this cinema which were removed by the makers after the allegations.

Now also, the team is not taking any chance to face risk in future and have taken the film back to post-production where the offending emblems are being digitally removed. Crew members are prepping to take this cinema to the pinnacle and are having the desire to receive immense repercussions on its release.

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