Shahrukh Khan recently got into a not-so-comfortable situation when a group of a political union tried to disrupt an ad shoot.
SRK was shooting for an ad at Mehboob studios when a group of persons claiming to be from a political party, attempted to stop the shoot, alleging it included foreign artists with permission.
It has been reported that a group of around 50 people alleged that the ad was being made with some foreign artists and the makers did not have permission for the same.
While, Shahrukh Khan and the makers of the ad asserted that they had all the necessary permission, the gang tried to enter the studio and disrupt the shoot.
However, they were prevented from entering the studio by the bouncers and the situation came to normalcy after they called the police.
One leading publication quoted a source saying, "Shahrukh was shooting for a commercial last Saturday night when a group of 50-60 political activists landed at the doorstep and threatened to stop the shoot. They objected to the producer roping in foreign artists without permission and demanded to see their documents. The studio bouncers and members of the production team prevented them from entering the set."
Meanwhile, producer of the ad shoot, Arpan Fernandes confirmed the news and said that the 'goons' escaped the spot after police reached the venue. Asserting that he had all the necessary permits, Fernandes further expressed discontent at the ruckus created by the political activists.
Also to be mentioned, reports suggest that the group also demanded a fine of Rs 3 lakhs from the producer. Well, this unnecessary incident must have made Shahrukh Khan very upset.