Saif Ali Khan faces media anger in Delhi, says he won’t return
Angry Saif Ali Khan says he won’t come to Delhi to promote films
Thu, Nov 28, 2013 06:34:53 GMT
An event that was planned in a good cause turned into a verbal slugfest when Saif Ali Khan arrived three hours late and faced the anger of the mediapersons in Delhi.
Saif Ali Khan along with Sonakshi Sinha and Jimmy Shergill have been promoting their film Bullett Raja and on Wednesday they were supposed to take part in an event in the capital to encourage voters to exercise their franchise in the coming elections. The event was organized by Delhi Election Commission.
However, tempers flared when Saif Ali Khan and the Bullett Raja team arrived three hours late. They were met with angry mediapersons.
Saif Ali Khan refused to apologise and said he won’t return to Delhi to promote his films.
“I will not apologise because it is not my fault... I was stuck in traffic. I should not be blamed for this chaos and I feel stars should not come to Delhi. This is my last visit to Delhi and henceforth, I will give interviews from Mumbai…If anybody should apologise it is the election officials as they didn't convey the right time,” the 43-year-old actor said.
Things did eventually cool down a bit, but it was clear that the event had gone awry.