PVR Pictures has issued an apology to actor Aamir Khan for misquoting him on Hollywood filmmaker Kathryn Bigelow's new film “Zero Dark Thirty”.
The actor was quoted talking about the Hollywood film, and Bigelow, in a statement issued by PVR Pictures.
“The team at PVR Pictures would like to clarify and categorically state that the quotes and comments attributed to Mr. Aamir Khan in the story are not his at all. We sincerely apologise to him for the hurt and offence caused by this gross error from our side,” Kamal Gianchandani, president of PVR Pictures, said in a statement.
"Like millions of Indians, we hold utmost respect and admiration for him and his views," he said, adding that the team "regrets this lapse immensely”.
Arjun in awe of Big B
Actor Arjun Rampal, who is busy shooting for Prakash Jha's “Satyagraha” in Bhopal with Amitabh Bachchan and the rest of the team, is in awe of the megastar.
“First scene of the film with the legend Amitabh Bachchan done, ufff he's just so amazing. In top form, sense of humour on fire,” Arjun tweeted.
The film also features Ajay Devgn, Kareena Kapoor and Manoj Bajpayee.
Sara Loren talks about camaraderie with Bhatts
Pakistani actress Sara Loren, who is a part of “Murder 3”, regards her companionship with the Bhatt camp as a blessing.
"I feel more comfortable (with Bhatt's). Doing a simple film and being a part of a camp is different. I have a different comfort level with them. They are very sensitive. They deal with you as an actor and as a person. These things encourage a newcomer a lot," said.
The film, releasing Friday, also features Randeep Hooda and Aditi Rao Hydari. It is co-produced by Vishesh Films and Fox Star Studios, and directed by Mukesh Bhatt's son Vishesh.
Sara's debut Bollywood film "Kajraare" was directed by Pooja Bhatt.