Shahrukh Khan's latest offering My Name is Khan is in for another big trouble with the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) calling for a nationwide boycott of the film. The VHP general secretary Pravin Togadia called Shahrukh a traitor and called for boycott of his film. He even threatened to pull down the posters of the film.
However, the VHP is against the Shiv Sena's view that Mumbai is only for Marathis. Pravin Togadia said that every inch of India belongs to all Indians and every Indian has the right to stay with dignity in any part of the country. He added that India won't survive if 'Mumbai for only Marathis' stand prevails.
Shahrukh Khan has received flak from political outfit Shiv Sena for supporting the Pakistani cricketers at the IPL. However, the Shiv Sena has soften its stand with the Chief of the party Bal Thackeray declaring that they would not disturb the release of My Name is Khan.
But just as the problem is about to be solved, the VHP has stepped in to disrupt the release of My Name is Khan this Friday. Shahrukh and Kajol are acting together after 8 long years in this film produced by Karan Johar.