Makers of Salman Khan’s awaited movie Dabangg 3 have voluntarily edited out some scenes from the title music Hud Hud Dabangg, after complaints from Hindu organisations that observed segments of the musicin appropriate and offensive. Salman Khan’s production house SKF took to their twitter to affirm the latest development of voluntary editing the title track on Wednesday evening.
The official deal with tweeted, “Keeping everyone’s sentiments in mind we have voluntarily edited certain scenes from the tune ‘Hud Hud Dabangg’ (sic).” The film become in controversy quickly after Salman’s music Hud Hud Dabangg got here out which had sages and sadhus strumming guitars and dancing inside the background. The Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) had acquired a letter from Hindu company Hindu Janjagruti Samiti, a Hindu organisation, worrying the removal of some scenes.
Salman had answered to the controversy all through the music release of Munna Badnam Hua in Mumbai and said, “It (Hud hud Dabangg) is our music because the beginning. People are just trying to get two minutes of fame by using linking themselves with us. They try to gain a few publicity out of it and that they get it too. Fans also guide them. So, it”s good. I don”t have any problems with it.” Speaking at the same, the film’s lead actress Sonakshi had also shared in an interview, “If any individual has a problem, they have to come to us first rather than going directly to the media.
The intentions are very clear there and then. Honestly, never is it on our time table to harm anybody’s sentiments.”