New delhi, November 4: Vishwa Hindu Parishad leader Sadhvi Prachi called actor Shah Rukh Khan a "Pakistani agent" on Tuesday - a day after the actor came out in support of the writers who have returned their awards to protest against the killing of rationalists and the Dadri lynching, and said that there is 'extreme intolerance' in the country.
"Shah Rukh Khan is an agent of neighbouring country Pakistan as he reflects their ideology. Such a man should go to Pakistan," Sadhvi Prachi, who is known for her controversial remarks, told reporters.
Indian filmmaker Aparna Sen condemned Prachi's remark and appealed to sign a "joint letter to the President to protest against the curbing of freedom of speech".
"Can't believe Sadhvi's reaction to SRK on tv! They're ones who want to break the country apart!
There should be legal action against her!" Sen tweeted.