Chote Nawab ko kyun gussa.... Call it star's attitude or being firm in his stand.... But Saif Ali Khan is not the one who will forgive for unsystematic situations... Recently the actor along with his team 'Bullett Raja' arrived three hours late at a promotional event for the film in Delhi.
The event, hosted by Delhi Election Commission, saw the media and other audience in a miffed state when the film's team finally arrived after much delay. When they demanded Saif to apologise, the actor refused to do so and went on to justify that the delay was owing to the heavy traffic in the city and he should not be blamed.
The actor made his annoyance clear by stating that this visit to the capital city will be his last and he will not come here for any events in future. "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," stated the Chote Nawab and went on to add that it is the Election officials who should be blamed, for not informing the film's team the correct time of the event.
Later apparently Saif apologised to committee and according to an District Election Official, even they on their part apologised to the actor. "This should be considered by the media. We are coming together for the cause.... Generally stars have other engagements, he must be having some other commitments. He came here to give the message that voters should participate in the election," said the official in support to the actor.
Directed by Tigmanshu Dhulia, 'Bullett Raja' is slated to release on 29 Nov 2013.