Jacqueline Fernandez, Dishoom producer Sajid Nadiadwala and director Rohit Dhawan face a criminal case on charges of insulting the Sikh faith in one amongst the songs of their coming film Dishoom. The song is discussion is Sau Tarah Ke, those options, excluding Jacqueline, actors Varun Dhawan and John patriarch. Jacqueline is seen dance carrying a Kirpan – a Sikh ceremonial dagger – within the film song that has irked the Sikh priesthood. The litigant Ravinder Singh Bassi, in his criticism to the court, has additionally created Sector 34 SHO and SSP Chandigarh as co-accused. The court has mounted national holiday for hearing and has asked the litigant, an advocate, to provide primary witnesses within the court.
FIR Againts Dishoom Movie
Earlier, on June 15, urban center Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) in an exceedingly letter written to chairman of the Central Board of Film Certification Pahlaj Nihalani had asked him to urge the disputable song far away from the film because it was violation of the Sikh symbol. “The song depicts a semi-clad Jacqueline Fernandez, dance with a Kirpan hanging ahead of her legs and supported by a fabric belt worn round the waist by her and thereby created the mockery of the holiness and respect of the spiritual symbols of Kirpan,” Manjinder Singh Sirsa, general secretary, DSGMC, said.
However, the producer has already denied the allegations, speech that the dagger shown within the film isn’t a Kirpan however an Arabic steel. The song in question was shot in Morocco.