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Saif Ali Khan will not visit Delhi from now on thanks to media!

Saif Ali Khan was recently in Delhi for the promotions of ‘Bullett Raja’ and the actor was accompanied by his heroine Sonakshi Sinha and the director of the movie, Tigmanshu Dhulia. The actor due to unknown reasons, reached two hours late for the event. And the press which was kept waiting for two hours in a very cramped space got furious and decided to boycott Saif and the film’s cast. What followed were various statements from the cast, some reports quoted Saif, “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.” The actor made an appearance at an event organised by the Delhi Election Commission and blamed the organisers instead, “If anybody should apologise it is the election officials as they didn’t convey the right time.”

But guess what, the Nawab’s begum Kareena Kapoor decided to give her hubby a few tips to the actor-husband to stay calm and cool in such situations. Guess that’s why there was a stark difference in the statements that the actor made a day after the entire episode made headlines. Saif said, “I could never say that. Delhi and Pataudi are in my blood. I was brought up there, I’m deeply connected to the city, my mother lives there. I wasn’t agitated. And when we realised interviews weren’t happening, we left. I respect the media but since it shapes public opinion, it should be a little careful in its reportage.”

Earlier, while the actor was promoting ‘Cocktail’ in Mumbai, he was stuck in a somewhat similar situation. And even as the makers who had proudly claimed earlier on how Saif had handled the crowds gathering on sets of Bullett Raja during the shoot, looks like that practice did not come handy for Mr Khan in Delhi,

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