Editing SOS hasn't hampered creativity: Ajay Devgn
Ajay Devgn has made a few changes in forthcoming film "Son Of Sardaar" (SOS), after the Punjabi Cultural Heritage Board raised objections over certain scenes and dialogues. However, the actor-producer is confident the changes haven't hampered the creativity in the movie.
"The creativity of the film has not been affected in any way. Every film is rectified, sometimes it's made even better," he said at a press conference here Wednesday.
The actor said they were in talks with PCHB president Charan Singh Sapra ever since the promos of the film went on air.
"The objectionable things were very small. The writer and director of the film is Punjabi and we took care of things. Even the guy who tied my turban was from Punjab," Ajay said.
The actor added that the intention of the film is to entertain and not to hurt anyone's sentiments.
"Son of Sardaar" will release alongside Yash Chopra's "Jab Tak Hai Jaan" and the actor feels that the clash will not affect performance of either film.
"Diwali always has space for two movies. I want both films to work. I don't think there is any issue with that," he said.