Complaint filed against Amitabh Bachchan for singing incorrect national anthem at Eden Gardens


A filmmaker and activist has filed a police complaint at Delhi’s New Ashok Nagar police station against the Bollywood megastar Amitabh Bachchan for allegedly singing incorrect national anthem at the Eden Gardens before India-Pakistan cricket match on 19 March.

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Ulhas PR, who had filed similar complaint at Juhu police station against Big B alleges that the Bollywood star has been singing incorrect anthem even during pro-Kabaddi league.

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The complainant stated that the national anthem sung by Bachchan had used wrong words, while its duration had exceeded “1 minute and 22 seconds.”

Referring to the official gazette, Ulhas PR said in his complaint that the correct duration of the national anthem was prescribed to be 52 seconds.

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In his complaint, Ulhas PR said that his intention was to convey the message to the actor for him to be able to correct the mistakes in future.

The complainant has written to the PMO and the MHA on this matter.

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  1. haha bhakt brigade keeps innovating new ways for fresh controversies every day, are Make in India front runners no less. All just to keep the gov failures away from headlines.


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