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Aamir Khan apologises if PK has hurt anyone
Less then a week after its release, Aamir Khan Starer movie PK was in controversy as some right-wing Hindu outfits claimed that it was hurting the sentiments of Hindus. Aamir Khan did not react to the controversies that time. But now the star has come forward and apologised if PK had hurt someone's sentiments.
Aamir Khan apologised to his fans during a function to launch the DVD of the movie PK. The star said that he had no intention to hurt anyone's sentiments.

"The film has been loved by the majority. Personally I want to say I feel bad if I hurt a single person...That was not my intention at all. What we wanted to tell we told that because it was an important point. But I want to apologize if I hurt people," said Khan as reported by DNA.

After its release on December 19 last year, the film made a record breaking collections at the box office. Aamir said that he had never expected such a great response to PK, but he felt overwhelmed with the response it got.

"When we make a film with such effort and hard work and when people connect to the film emotionally you feel so good and fulfilled."

The producer of the film Vidhu Vinod Chopra and the director Rajkumar Hirani also attended the DVD launch event and said that it was a very emotional moment for the PK team to see that the film was doing so well.

Talking about the DVD launch of the movie, Hirani said that the DVD was a treat for all the fans, as many scenes which were removed from the movie have now been included in the DVD.

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