Mumbai, Jul 23 (PTI) The All India Punjabi Cultural and Heritage Board has taken strong objection to the depiction of Sikh characters in Saif Ali Khan's debut home production 'Love Aaj Kal' directed by Imitiaz Ali. Charan Singh Sapra, President of the Board and Congress member of Maharashtra Legislative Council, told PTI that he had pointed out to Saif and his production team about the three scenes which were allegedly against the tenets of Sikhism. He said both Saif's and Rishi Kapoor's Sikh characters have been shown with trimmed beard. "Young Sikhs have been wrongly inspired by Bollywood movies to trim their beards and the trend was a cause of concern to the community", he said. Similarly, Saif's Sikh character woos a girl in a Gurudwara, Sapra said adding a place of worship should not be meant for such acts.