Published On: Mon, Aug 3rd,

PK Movie Issue; Another Complaint Filed Against Aamir Khan For Calling ‘Thulla’ Delhi Police


A complaint has been registered against the Bollywood’s Mr. Perfectionist for calling insulting word ‘Thulla’ to Delhi Police officials in his previous release PK, before that case registered against Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.


Ullhas PR, who is a short movies’ filmmaker, has been filed a complaint against Indian film industry’s Indian film actor, filmmaker, and philanthropist accusation of calling ‘Thulla’ to Delhi Police officials in super hit venture PK, while another complaint was registered by the Ullhas at New Ashok the Nagar police station in Delhi on 2 August,.

Ullhas filed the report while referring the insulting case was filed in July against the Aam Aadmi Party’s CM Arvind Kejriwal, who accused of using insulting sentences for police, so why can’t be filed against the actor Khan.

Ullhas addressed media reporters in a press conference, in which said that he watched the Indian satirical science fiction comedy film PK on his home screen, when heard abusive word for a police officer in one of the scenes.

He further said thought that if abusive case can be registered against the Delhi CM who also abused city police, so why not case can be filed against the 50-year-old actor.

The filmmaker Ullhas believes that Khan’s films are watched worldwide, so what scenario of Dehli police we demonstrating to the world as well emphasized to take rushed action against the actor.

He also said in his continued speech, he is not a part of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), believes that these kind of abusive acts might throw bad impact on Delhi government or Delhi Police, reason why that must be banned.

The Delhi-based short filmmaker reportedly had also registered a case against Bollywood legend actor Amitabh Bachchan with charges of ‘not singing the National Anthem in a decent way.’