A film crew incurred the wrath of the Sikh community when they began filming inside Gurdwara Panja Sahib in Pakistan while still wearing their shoes.A group of men with movie cameras and their support workers were seen strolling around the grounds of the gurdwara at Hasan Abdal in the Pakistani Punjab region of Attock in a video that went viral on social media.
The devotees that were there were upset by this. They challenged the film crew, demanding that they stop recording and leave the shrine.
A man who recorded the event on camera claimed the film team was solely interested in their shoot.
On the other hand, the crew could be seen quarrelling, “Hum to aapke mehmaan hain… We are your visitors, and you are acting in such a rude manner, aur aap hamare saath is tarah kar rahe hain.After the Sikhs objected, one of the crew members said that the shooting was put on hold.The social media sensationalization of the footage led to widespread outrage in the neighbourhood.
The crew, according to sources, was filming “Lahore-Lahore Hai.”Manjinder Sirsa, a prominent Sikh, took note of the incidence. “Blasphemous deeds continue in Pakistan: Sharing a video of BEADABI in Gurdwara #PanjaSahib, where a film crew was allowed to shoot for a movie on Gurdwara grounds,” Sirsa tweeted as she shared the video. In the past, we have seen images of silly behaviour taken on the grounds of Gurudwara Kartarpur Sahib.