“To stop a film after it has been through certification is certainly not right. Some groups take violence into their own hands to stop a film. That's really sad and unfortunate. I think that happened with Mr. Kamal Haasan sometime back. I feel ashamed to say that at that time I was lost in my work. But as an industry, this is the time when we have to come together and stand by each other. I apologise to you publically that I wasn't there at that time. I read about it later and felt very bad. I felt bad that you had you go through it and we were not there with you. It's really unfortunate,” said the 50-year-old actor.