Producers of ‘Flying Jatt’ Use Sikh Religious Symbols as Part of Super Hero Costume

Tiger Shroff who is all set to don the avatar superhero in his new film ‘A Flying Jatt.’ The first poster of the movie was unveiled and it sparks anger among in Sikh community for using Khanda and Nihung Bana.

Many in the Sikh community feel that it’s not appropriate to use religious symbol in the costume of the super hero character in ‘flying jatt’ because it hurts religious sentiments. Also, attributing a character with Sikh religious symbols and naming the film ‘A Flying Jatt’ is contrary to the teachings of the Sikh religion because Sikhs don’t believe in castes.

Whilst people on social media show anger about the poster released by Ekta Kapoor, on the other hand some people commented in support of this movie.

The poster of ‘A Flying Jatt’ has a tagline ‘Hope has a new name’.

‘A Flying Jatt’ is being helmed by Remo D’Souza and has Jacqueline Fernandez opposite Tiger in the lead. The film, which has been produced by Balaji Motion Pictures’ Ekta Kapoor and Shobha Kapoor, will release some time next year.

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