When Gurmeet Ram Rahim Lashed Out At Aamir Khan’s ‘PK’

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Updated on 6 Sep, 2017 at 7:30 pm

Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh has maintained his position in the headlines for quite some time now but for all the wrong reasons. Convicted as a murderer and rapist, the so-called “Guru” awaits his fate ahead of court’s verdict on the charges of rape and murder against him.

As media has started exposing him for his earlier actions, apart from his acts at present, a number of controversial statements by him have started surfacing. One of them is an old video in which he can be seen slamming Bollywood superstar Aamir Khan’s film ‘PK’.

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The video was recorded in 2015 in which the Dera Sacha Sauda head can be seen lashing out at Aamir Khan’s film. At that time, Aamir Khan’s film ‘PK’ was about to release while Ram Rahim was promoting his film ‘MSG: The Messenger of God’.

Ram Rahim had given a controversial statement about Aamir Khan’s ‘PK’. During a press conference, a journalist had asked Ram Rahim about his opinions on ‘PK’ and how it would impact his film.

Aamir Khan in ‘PK’ Koribati



 

Answering the question, Gurmeet Ram Rahim had initially said that he hasn’t seen the film and has only heard about it from journalists. Then he went on to say that the film has made fun of Lord Shiva which is wrong because he is the one who protected the entire humanity by drinking the deadly poison. He further said that it is wrong to mock one religion since hypocrisy is present in all religions. Referring to Aamir Khan indirectly, he said that if someone has courage, then he should show the hypocrisy of all the religions in the film.

The so-called baba also said that there have been, there are and there will always be good saints in all the religions. He also commented that the makers of the film should have created a balance between the hypocrisies that exist in all the religions instead of targeting just one.

Watch the video of Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh slamming Aamir Khan’s ‘PK’ below: