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Hollywood superstar Angelina Jolie’s India visit will certainly remain an affair to remember. Though for all the wrong reasons. 

Since the actress’ arrival in India to shoot for A Mighty Heart, her bodyguards have been constantly running into trouble with people wherever Jolie’s entourage goes.

The fracas began when the gates of the Anjuman-e-Islam school, which had been locked during filming, were opened to let the parents fetch their children. “This Jolie’s bodyguard called one parent, ‘You bloody Indian,’” said Mohammed Yusuf Patni, general secretary of the school’s Parent Teacher Association. “Children were pushed around.” Patni, who has two children studying at the Muslim school, said “mothers were also shoved aside by the guards.” Dallington TV, a British production company that organized the shoot, blamed the scuffle on photographers and television cameramen that it said rushed the school to get pictures of Jolie. “We had the full permission and cooperation of the school to film on the premises,” Dallington said in a statement. “When the gates were opened to allow the parents in to collect their children, the paparazzi rushed the school causing confusion.”

Representatives for Jolie refused to comment. The scuffle wasn’t the first that security guards have had since Jolie arrived in India last month with Brad Pitt and their three children. In one incident, an Associated Press freelance photographer alleged that security guards protecting Jolie’s movie set in Pune had hit him and threatened him with a gun. Earlier, as Pitt and Jolie were leaving a hotel, one of their security guards manhandled a British photographer trying to take their photo, grabbing the man by his neck and verbally abusing him.

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