By Hindustan Times
Bowing before the sentiments of the Sikh community, actor-filmmaker Ajay Devgn has agreed to delete certain offensive dialogues and scenes from his forthcoming venture Son of Sardar, an official said on Thursday. Congress leader and legislator Charan Singh Sapra had raised objections to
certain dialogues and promos of the movie, which he contended hurt the sentiments of the Sikh community.
Last month, Sapra, who is also Punjabi Cultural Heritage Board (PCHB) president, had written a detailed letter pointing out the community's objections to Devgn.
This culminated in a meeting between the PCHB officials and Devgn as well as one of the producers, Kumar Mangat during which the entire issue was discussed threadbare.
On Thursday, Devgn and