A dagger (short Kirpan) worn with a waist belt by Jacqueline Fernandez in the song 'Sau tarah ke' in Dishoom had Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee fuming on Tuesday.
Jacqueline Fernandez in the song and (right) Varun Dhawan
He even shot off a letter to the Central Board of Film Certification and the film's makers threatening to initiate criminal proceedings if the song was not removed from the film. However, at a song launch yesterday, Varun Dhawan sought to clarify that it was not a Kirpan. "We have shot this song in Morocco. It is an Arabian dagger. My brother and I are Punjabis, so we wouldn't do anything like that."
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