The makers of Shahrukh Khan, Anushka Sharma and Katrina Kaif starring Zero have filed an affidavit in Bombay High Court on Wednesday and said that some scenes and a special poster, in which a kirpan has been held by Shahrukh (one of the most respected religious honors Article in the Sikh community), has been digitally changed, news agency ANI reported.
In a statement Wednesday, filmmakers repeated that they never showed SRK’s character holding a kirpan and that it was an “ornamental dagger”, informed the ANI. In the statement, the makers said that they have made changes to avoid affecting the religious sentiments of the Sikh community. “Despite the fact that the film and its poster have shown only an ornamental dagger, not Kirpan, steps have been taken by the respondents to change the relevant scenes. The portions in question have been altered through visual effects to depict an ornamental sword,” reads a statement by Shah Rukh Khan’s Red Chilli Entertainment.
A poster was released at the beginning of this year, in which the 53-year-old superstar is presented as a
pompous groom-to-be, who wears a necklace made of currency notes.
At the beginning of November, a petition was filed in the Bombay High Court against the producers of
Shiromani Akali Dal MLA Manjinder Singh Sirsa had lodged a complaint with the police in November that he should immediately withdraw the concerned poster. Further, in his Facebook post, he wrote: “I ask for
We would be forced to
Zero is ready to hit the screen on Friday.