Friday, June 19, 2009

SRK denies comment about Prophet Muhammad [p.b.u.h]


It was on news and was being discussed on some social networking websites that SRK [Shahrukh Khan] has uttered something blasphemous about Prophet Muhammad [p.b.u.h] and I was totally unaware of what he had said about our beloved Prophet [p.b.u.h] until I checked the tags that make people stumble upon my blog. And amongst those so many tags was this one-'SRK and prophet Muhammad'.

This tag stirred me up that something has gone wrong and I was confirmed of the same when I saw a thread on 'Orkut ' about the same issue.

After going through many articles and news on internet I have found this one most latest and updated and reading this made me breathe a sigh of relief:

rediff Entertainment Bureau
June 19, 2009 13:15 IST
Last Updated: June 19, 2009 13:21 IST

Shah Rukh Khan has clarified that he has never said anything against Prophet Mohammed in an interview.

On Thursday, the All India Jamaitul Quresh, a local Islamic organisation, filed a case against Shah Rukh [Images] at the Bandra police station in northwest Mumbai [Images], accusing the actor of hurting religious sentiments in an interview he granted a magazine.

Shah Rukh denied the comments attributed to him, and said the error had occurred on the part of the magazine's journalists.

In an sms message he sent the media from Los Angeles, where he is shooting My Name is Khan for director Karan Johar [Images], Shah Rukh said, "Obviously, I think there is no figure in history more important than Prophet Mohammed."

"Also, being a Muslim and standing up for the tenets of Islam is my most important agenda... and if they have seen my interviews, etc on TV about Islam, then the people who are objecting should realise that what has appeared is a writing error not a thought or view that I believe in. Prophet Mohammed is the most important positive figure in Islam."

Meanwhile, the magazine in question has been withdrawn from stands; an apology was published in a sister publication of the magazine.

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