Complaint Filed Against Shah Rukh Khan's 'Zero' For Hurting Sikh Sentiments
Bollywood       06 November 2018 10:44AM       Cineraptor       1 min read       543

Delhi Sikh Gurudwara Management Committee (DSGMC) general secretary, Manjinder Singh Sirsa filed a complaint against Shah Rukh Khan on Monday for hurting the sentiments of the Sikh community in his upcoming film 'ZERO'. He lodged the complaint in North Avenue police station. Sirsa said that they have received lots of calls complaining about this sentimental issue.

Recently trailer of 'ZERO' came out and it was a bursting success for Shah Rukh Khan. In four days only it got above 100 million views across all platforms. And before that they released a series of poster. Problem arises when in a poster Shah Rukh Khan has been shown wearing 'Gatra Kirpan' (Article of Sikh Faith). And the same was displayed in the promo. Displaying the article in a not appropriate situation could hurt sentiment for many Sikhs. He also added, "Sikh Guru Sahiban have given enough power and strength to the Sikhs to fight with such situations if they arise in their life."

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