Harinder Sikka, the now disputed director of the movie claims that with the blessing of someone (who? ), he had Guru Nanak Saheb coming in his dreams for not one but seven straights nights to inspire him to make this movie... So, what he may be depicting in this movie would be absolute true about the lives of Guru Saheb? And with a controversy surrounding the characters played by the humans... Such movies will just be opening the door to people to draw our Guru in different forms. While no one knows Guru Sahib's true appearance, the film-makers these days seek to emulate him as closely as possible - including in what they believe to be his physical features and dress with long beard contending that was Guru Sahib's manner. The film is scheduled to be released on April 17th. The movie has already been boycotted by many Sikh groups unless the film makers remove the human characters playing the role of Mata Tripta ji, Bebe Nanaki ji and Mata Sulakhni ji in the movie. Being a part of the Sikh community, what are your reactions to Guru Nanak Dev ji's wife or parents be acted upon by any human characters as is happening in this movie. What do you think about humans playing the characters of Mata Sulakhni ji (wife of Founder of Sikh religion Guru Nanak Dev Ji) and Bebe Nanki ji (Sister of Guru Nanak Dev ji). What are your views on this issue?