Pakistani pastor Sardar Ali Shah, Sindh Minister for Culture, Tourism and Antiquities, has requested a statement of regret from the producers of Indian film Mohenjo Daro for "distorting" verifiable actualities and "making a joke" of the 5000-year-old civilisation.
Mr Shah said that he would soon convey Sindh's response and protests to producer Ashutosh Gowariker who, he said, deluded individuals with his motion picture Mohenjo Daro, which was discharged on August 12.
He said Mr Gowariker ought to delicate apology to Sindhi individuals for twisting verifiable realities and making a joke of exceptionally created society of the civilisation.
Mr Shah said Harappan War and recuperation of duty which were only illusions of creative ability of movie producers and had nothing to do with history of Mohenjo Daro.
He said that the world has generally recognized the significance of the legacy locales of Sindh, which was clear from the way that Mohenjo Daro has been incorporated into the rundown of global legacy destinations by the UNESCO.
Mohenjo Daro was composed and coordinated by Mr Gowariker. It highlights Hrithik Roshan and Pooja Hegde in lead parts.
Mohenjo Daro is an old Indus Valley Civilisation city that prospered somewhere around 2600 and 1900 BCE.
The site, which lies in Pakistan's Sindh region, was found in the 1920s.