SOS to get free from offensive dialogues and scenes

On Friday, October 5th, 2012



Ajay Devgan in ‘Son Of Sardar’.

Few days ago, we had let you informed about the controversy that B-town actor-turned-filmmaker Ajay Devgan’s upcoming film Son Of Sardar had faced. While, the All India Sikh Student Federation (AISSF) had filed an objection against SOS, complaining that the movie features some offensive dialogues and scenes that hurt the sentiments of the Sikh community, we were on eager wait to see what was going to be a final turn on this issue. And finally, they have come up with a solution.

Ajay, finding no way to get escape the situation has finally agreed to delete certain nasty dialogues and scenes from his impending endeavor ‘Son of Sardar‘. Well, we hope it’s a good choice as this was perhaps the only solution to skip the controversy. A close source from Ajay confirmed the issue on Thursday. The previous month, we had seen Congress leader and PCHB president Charan Singh Sapra raising his voice on the issue and writing an exhaustive letter denoting the community’s opposition to Devgn’s movie.

This led Ajay to face a meeting with PCHB officials along with Kumar Mangat, one of the producers of the tinsel town to discuss on the subject and finally it was decided to cut the scenes and dialogues from the movie. Ajay and his acquaintances have confessed written on Thursday to exclude the offensive scenes, both from promos and the movie before its release. So also, Ajay has given his consent to make a special preview of the modified promos and amended parts of the movie for PCHB and Sapra, even before they will be sent for censor certification.

Well, the decision has also made Sapra and PCHB happy and they have shown their contentment on the decision. The movie is slated for Diwali release and is supposed to compete with the much talked about movie Jab Tak Hei Jaan from the Bhatt camp. So, let’s hope for the best and expect the movie not to face any more controversies again!

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