Aamir Khan sends legal notice to Pakistani websites for 'fabricated' PK interview

Interview attributes controversial answers on Islam to Aamir

Web Desk January 13, 2015
A file photo of Indian actor Aamir Khan. PHOTO: AFP

MUMBAI: Indian actor Aamir Khan has sent a legal notice to a few Pakistani websites for carrying his "fabricated" interview on religion with reference to his latest release " PK", The Economic Times reported. 

Commenting on the credibility of the interview, Aamir's legal representative Anand Desai said the actor was wrongly attributed to the interview. 

The allegedly 'fake' interview carried controversial answers on Islam, as shown in the screen grab below.


According to Desai, the 49-year-old actor was shocked to find the interview attributed to him on several Pakistani websites.

"He has never given such an interview; it is clearly a fabrication by someone trying to impersonate him, done with the intent of drawing visitors to their website, and is defamatory to our client," he added.

Desai further said impersonation was a very serious infringement of his client's rights, and that he will take legal recourse.

"Aamir will be filing a criminal complaint with the Cybercrime Cell, Mumbai Police after he returns to Mumbai (from US)," he announced.


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Tk | 6 years ago | Reply

Actually Indians can't even think those convincing answers! Poor Indians, banned their own most amazing and worth earning movie!

Anon | 6 years ago | Reply


Could somebody explain me what exactly he is written.........

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