NEW DELHI: Filmmaker Ullhas PR on Monday documented a police protest against Bollywood performing artist Amitabh Bachchan, blaming him for taking additional time than ordered while singing the national song of praise amid the Twenty20 World Cup match in the middle of India and Pakistan.
The dissension was held up at the New Ashok Nagar police headquarters in east Delhi.
Mr Bachchan sang the national hymn on March 19 at the Eden Garden in Kolkata alongside thousands at the sprawling stadium - before the high-voltage match started.
Ullhas told IANS, "Amitabh Bachchan sang the national hymn in 1 minute 10 seconds while the compulsory time is 52 seconds. One can take a few seconds pretty much while singing the national song of devotion yet Amitabh crossed the ordered time limit."
In his protest, Ullhas likewise said that Mr Bachchan utilized "Sindhu" set up of "Sindh" while singing the song of praise.
The movie producer had on November 25 a year ago documented a police objection against Bollywood performing artist maker Aamir Khan for his comments on narrow mindedness in the nation.
Prior, he held up a protestation against Aamir Khan taking after the arrival of his film "PK", in which he alluded to policemen as "thulla".