Sharmila Tagore is upset these days due to the recently released Tandava web series getting caught in the legal turmoil and the Supreme Court’s refusal to grant relief. 76-year-old actress Sharmila Tagore has advised the lead actor and son of this web series, Saif Ali Khan, to read the script before signing any further projects. Sharmila Tagore is upset after the Supreme Court refused to grant anticipatory bail to those associated with Tandava. According to the report of SpotboyE, Sharmila Tagore’s health has also been adversely affected due to the controversy surrounding Tandava.
He is also worried about Kareena Kapoor being pregnant for the second time. Actually Sharmila Tagore does not want the family to be under some kind of tension during the birth of Kareena’s second child. Kareena Kapoor is going to give birth to her second child in February. In such a situation, Sharmila Tagore is worried about the controversy that emerged at this time. It is not being said that he has advised Saif Ali Khan to read the script thoroughly before proceeding on any project. Apart from this, he has advised Saif Ali Khan to be cautious while making any statement.
According to sources, taking lessons from the controversy over Tandava, Saif Ali Khan has decided that he will get his mother to teach him before any script is approved. In an interview recently, Sharmila Tagore had said about Saif Ali Khan that he is not afraid to move forward on any project. As an actor, he is very fearless. But it can also cause trouble.
Let me tell you that in the first episode of Tandava web series, a section of the audience objected to the comments on Lord Shiva and Ram. Not only this, cases were also registered in some parts of the country against the makers and star cast of Tandava web series. Currently, the UP police is investigating the case. The Union Information and Broadcasting Ministry had also issued notices to the makers of Amazon Prime Video and Tandava regarding the objections of the people on the web series. After this, the makers decided to remove the offensive scenes.