New Delhi: The much talked movie ‘Dirty Picture’ has again run into trouble. Just a day before its release, the members of parliament have objected to actor Emraan Hashmi’s film promotion within the Parliament premises. After the Emraan episode, the Lok Sabha secretariat has stopped the interaction of media with the people who enter the premises as visitors and audiences. 

It is believed that one of the MPs had complained the Lok Sabha Speaker about Emraan’s entry inside the Parliament premises to promote movie. Jodhpur MP Dhananjay Singh in a letter to the Speaker has expressed his displeasure on Hashmi’s using the Parliament premises to promote his movie, slated to be released on December 2. 

He has also urged the Speaker to issue directives to stop such activities. Following which the Lok Sabha secretariat has stopped the interaction of media with the visitors.

In this regard, few new norms have also been brought into effect. As per the norms the visitors have been strictly instructed not to interact with the media. Also, this norm has been underlined in their entry pass.

On November 23, Emraan Hashmi was seen in the Parliament premises promoting his upcoming film Dirty Picture. Talking about the promotion idea, the actor had stated, "It an unusual way to promote the film. I am here at the Parliament. We have exhausted all other ways of film promotion."

Since the Parliament is an important place where several issues are discussed, the team felt that they will come and lighten up the mood there, added the actor, who plays a budding director in Bollywood flick.