By Hindustan Times
MUMBAI, Nov. 1 -- In a country like India, it has practically become a mandatory ritual for films based on a particular community or minority to get the approval of the representatives of the group, to make sure it is in harmony with their sentiments.
The makers of the soon-to-release Son Of Sardar (SOS) did the same. "We have shown the film to The Punjabi Cultural Heritage Board (PCHB) and they loved it. They have asked for some corrections which have been made," says Ajay Devgn.
Some time ago, the board had raised an objection to certain dialogues and scenes in SOS. President Charan Singh Sapra suggested that the necessary edits be done in ti