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Punjabi actors regret controversial remarks in earlier film

punjab Updated: Jul 06, 2013 20:12 IST
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Punjabi singers turned actors Roshan Prince and Karamjit Anmol on Saturday regretted having done the film 'Sirfire' that had controversial remarks against the nursing profession.They said their forthcoming film would have nothing to be ashamed about.

Anmol said, "'Sirfire' was the biggest mistake of my life. I never knew it would be presented on screen in such a manner. I am ashamed of the comments against the nursing profession. I want to say sorry to all women who are part of that profession." He said he would never do that again. "In fact, I have done some films after 'Sirfire' but did not repeat the mistake," Anmol said.

His co-actor in 'Sirfire', Roshan Prince, also admitted that having done 'Sirfire' was a mistake."I was embarrassed on watching the premiere and had no idea the movie would turn out that way. People called me up saying they were hurt," said Prince.

"There will be nothing of the sort in our forthcoming film, 'Fer Mamla Gadbad Gadbad'. It is a family movie," said Prince.FMGG, to be released on July 12, features Japji Khera, Bhanushree, Rana Ranbir and BN Sharma.
The star cast of the film reached Bathinda on Saturday and interacted with the media and public at a mall.