We all know that Tiger Shroff is starring as a quirky Punjabi superhero in Remo D’souza’s A Flying Jatt. With a good amount of usage of Punjabi words, the film has come under problems after objections from the Sikh community.
Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) chief Avtar Singh Makkar released a statement addressing that certain objectional content in A Flying Jatt could hurt the religious sentiments of the Sikh community. So, they had asked the makers of the film to delete the content to avoid any kind of tension. The word ‘khanda’ is a Sikh religious symbol is on Tiger Shroff’s back and his attire which was asked to be removed from the film. After reviewing the film, SGPC team held a meeting with A Flying Jatt team and they had agreed to remove the scenes.
Directed by Remo D’souza and produced by Balaji Motion Pictures, A Flying Jatt also stars Jacqueline Fernandez and Nathan Jones and is slated to release on August 25.