Friday, November 17,
Mumbai (UNI): Hollywood star Anjelina Jolie's security guards were today accused of using derogatory language against the people when the shoot of the film A Mighty Heart was in progress at a South Mumbai school. A written complaint of insult was filed by parents of children studying in the school and also against the Management for allowing a film shoot during school hours, at the Azad Maidan police station. Police sources, however, refused to give details of the complaint. Onlookers heard one of the security guards referring to some persons present at the school premises as 'bloody Indians' resulting in an altercation between people and security. Police had to intervene in the chaos where the media, parents and the security of the Hollywood actor were involved in a verbal duel.
DCP Zone 1 Brajesh Singh, who visited to the school along with a team of Azad Maidan police officials, told UNI that he had not received any formal complaint at his office from parents against the management for allowing the shoot of a film during school hours. He said he had visited the school premises to sort out the problems between the security guards and the locals present at the school and ensure safe passage of the crew out of the school. ''The issue has been resolved and the actor along with the crew have left after completing the shoot,'' he added. A press release by the producers of the film starring Angelina Jolie said ''We had the full permission and co-operation of the school to film on the premises. Unfortunately, our arrival was impeded by the paparazzi waiting at the gates of the school. When the gates opened to allow parents in to collect their children, the paparazzi rushed in the school causing confusion.
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