Somebody did have an issue with the film...
A Flying Jatt trailer when launched was met with positive response. This Tiger Shroff starrer superhero film is creating a lot of buzz especially with kids, it's target audience and is all set to not just do well but open big at the box office due to the star power of Tiger Shroff. Just two films old, the Baaghi star has already become a crowd puller, with both his debut movie Heropanti (2014) as well as second film Baaghi (2016) doing really well at the box office. Now with his third movie, he is all set to go big. In the trailer, Tiger is shown wearing a turban as well as a "Khanda" tattoo on his back. The makers had claimed that it's the most pro-sikh community film ever and Tiger too claimed, "The whole of Punjab would be very proud after watching the film. Remo (D’Souza) has shown it to the Punjabi community in Mumbai and they really liked it."
But looks like, they might be facing trouble. As per reports, a Gurudwara committee in Amritsar has objected to certain scenes in the movie and want it to be deleted. The committee's chief Avtar Singh Makkar said the film could only be released after those objectionable content are deleted. The "objectionable" content in question is the use of ‘Khanda’, a Sikh religious symbol, by the hero of the film Tiger Shroff on his back and his attire. They want the scene to be removed.
Makkar further added that the film had been reviewed by a committee and A Flying Jatt's makers, Balaji Motion Pictures, had been told to remove the objectionable scenes, to which they have agreed as it could hurt Sikh sentiments.
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