A duologue mentioning Aishwarya Rai in the promos of upcoming show "Lamhaa" has caught the attending of some. But maker Bunty Walia and director Rahul Dholakia elucidate that it does not bemock her. Stager playwright Anupam Kher, who plays a Indian proponent cheater in the sheet, says in one scene: "When Aishwarya Rai is unable to see the month, it makes programme. But why don't the media describe the promise of those thousands of Kashmiri wives who haven't seen their husbands for eld?" This duologue has increased eyebrows. But Dholakia says: "The discussion in the wrapping by the advocate leaders uses Mrs. Rai Bachchan as a metaphor to the Screenland centric media who upgrade disguise the own lives of icons and impose into their insular lives, making breaking broadcast, instead of screening the echt lifetime poignant stories of Dardic half-widows. The observe is not a slur or an criticise on the actress in anyway," Dholakia said. "The design of the photograph was never deliberate to treat Aishwarya Rai. We would never do anything to harm anyone's sentiments," said Bunty Walia. Produced by GS Recreation and unfocused by PVR Pictures, "Lamhaa" is set in Cashmere and stars Sanjay Dutt, Bipasha Basu, Kunal Kapoor and Anupam Kher. The movie, emotional Fri, deals with the animation of Kashmiris in the valley.