Shooting for Omung Kumar's biopic, "Sarbjit," which is right now in its last calendar, was conveyed to a sudden stop when the group was taping a succession highlighting Darshan Kumar in Bhendi Bazaar as of late.
n the film the arrangement is set in Pakistan and has Darshan's character giving a discourse with the message of peace and flourishing. It sparkles off dissent from a few individuals from the social event displaying notices with against India trademarks in Urdu. Frustrated by the trademarks, a gathering of local people in Bhendi Bazaar raised protests asserting their conclusions had been harmed.
"I play Sarabjit's legal advisor, Awaiz Sheik and after my discourse my character is blamed for being against national and master Sarabjit," Darshan uncovers, including that Malerkotla in Punjab was the first area. Be that as it may, plans fell through and the group proceeded onward to Bhendi Bazaar where the frustrated local people documented a grievance against the creators, taking after which 'Sarbjit's' official maker, Zafar Mehdi, was put in the slammer for more than two hours.
"The shoot was ended for more than four hours. Later, Omung and I assessed the powers about the scene being referred to and asked for them to discharge Zafar since we had substantial consent to shoot," Darshan uncovers.