Thulla Row: PK continues to haunt Aamir Khan; After Kejriwal, Bollywood actor in trouble

New Delhi, Aug 3: After Arvind Kejriwal, now it's Aamir Khan who landed in legal trouble for using the infamous slang 'thulla' against policemen in his superhit movie PK.

A Delhi-based short filmmaker filed a police complaint against the Bollywood actor. He claimed that law should treat everyone equally.

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Aamir Khan and Arvind Kejriwal

Earlier Delhi Chief Minister was compelled to apologise to Delhi Police as he had used the slang 'thulla' against the cops.

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The complainant, who has been identified as Ullhas PR, filed the case against Aamir Khan in East Delhi's New Ashok Nagar police station. While filing the complaint, Mr Ullhas cited actions taken by Delhi Police against Kejriwal earlier.

Mr Ullhas was quoted as saying, "I saw the film on July 26, on TV. In the film, Aamir has called a police officer 'thulla' in one scene."

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"Since last four to five days, I was thinking if a complaint can be filed against Delhi CM for using the same word then why hasn't any police official filed a complaint against him, whose films are seen across the worl?" questioned Mr Ullhas.

He also clarified that he is neither an Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) member nor has any 'personal issue' with Aamir Khan.

Speaking about his decision to file the case against the Bollywood actor, Mr Ullhas said, "(After this complaint), one thing will be cleared whether the central government wants to pressurise Delhi government or Delhi Police actually feels offended by this term," he said.

This was not the first time when Mr Ullhas filed legal complaint against any celebrity. Kejriwal and Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan too had faced troubles for him.

The complainant had filed a complaint against Kejriwal with the Home Ministry, after he called his government 'Kejriwal sarkar' in advertisements instead of denoting it as "Delhi government".

He had earlier filed a complaint against Mr Bachchan for "not singing the National Anthem in a proper manner".

OneIndia News
(With agency inputs)

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