Sunny Leone’s biopic – ‘Karenjit Kaur: The Untold Story’ has been creating a lot of moolah since its trailer released and netizens were eagerly waiting for the story of this controversial actress to unravel. However, a roadblock has arrived in front of the web series as Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) general secretary Manjinder Singh Sirsa has asked producer Subhash Chandra of Essel Group to remove the word ‘Kaur’ from the title of the controversial biopic as they believe that such actions are going to hurt the Sikh sentiments.
“There is a sentimental value attached with the surname. Every Sikh girl remains a Kaur before and even after marriage. It is a part of her identity given by the Gurus,” Sirsa said in a letter to Chandra
The committee also mentioned that the use of ‘ Kaur’ in the title of such controversial biopic is going to throw a bad light on Sikh community in front of the world.
“We shall not hesitate from protesting on your office premises against the misuse of the surname,” the committee added.
Meanwhile, SGPC additional secretary and spokesperson Daljit Singh Bedi said, “Kaur is a pious surname designated for Sikh women by the Gurus. We will file a complaint with the makers of the series on Tuesday.”
Sunny Leone and her husband Daniel Weber are yet to comment on this matter. Currently, they are refraining from media interactions.
The controversial biopic released on 16th July 2018 on the internet streaming platform Zee 5.
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