Patna: Recent visit of Ajay Devgn's Diwali release Son of Sardar team at Patna brought them feel and warmth of Patnaites. Fans were uncontrollable and in their bid to get a glimpse of their hero, they barged into number of places visited by SOS team.
An overwhelmed Ajay along with SOS team paid obeisance at Harminder Sahib Gurudwara. The team received enormous response from people who flocked to lanes, Gurudwara and other places. Their presence forced the actors to enter its sanctum sanctorum. In their 15 minute visit the entire area witnessed a jam like situation at number of places.
He said, "I wanted to come to Bihar for quite some time now and it was Shotgun's idea that SOS's promotion will be incomplete without a visit to Patna Saheb gurdwara." The granthi presented them with saropa.
And an amused Ajay also responded in same manner belting out catchlines of movies, "Kabhi kabhi mere dil mein ye sawaal aata hai, ki agar duniya mein sardar na hote to kya hota? Sorry yaar, duniya bekar bina son of sardar," famous SOS lines set tone of his interaction with his fans.
Ajay while speaking about the ongoing controversy between Ajay Devgn Films and Yash Raj Films said, "My record, during the past 20 years, has been clean and without any controversy, and I'm raising my voice now only because I want to fight injustice.”
The actor was accompanied by co- stars Sonakshi Sinha, Shatrughan Sinha, Producer NR Pachisia and Director Ashwini Dhir.
His co-star Patna Girl Sonakshi Sinha while making first visit to her home state since Dabangg success said, "There couldn't have been a better opportunity to thank the people of Bihar who prayed for my father's well-being. Last time, I had come here for his election campaign and see what the results were!"
She also recited her famous lines from Dabangg, "Thappad se darr nahi lagta sahib, pyaar se darr lagta hai." Conveying her thanks to her Patna fans, Sonakshi said, "Patna has supported me since my Dabangg days and I hope they will continue with the same support."
Devgn, who has worked in number of films related to Bihar, added that next year he would be seen in Prakash Jha's Satyagrah.