The first look of Bollywood diva Kareena Kapoors much-awaited film Heroine, in which she says media projects heroines visiting Dubai as pricey call girls, has upset Dubai residents so much that filmmaker Madhur Bhandarkar has decided to release another trailer for the United Arab Emirates. Kareenas dialogue where she has accused media of spreading false notions about film stars -- "Heroine ne gaadi li toh business man ne gift kiya... aur God forbid Dubai gayi, toh uska rate card ban jaata hai" -- has left Dubai residents very hurt and angry. UAEs leading newspaper Gulf News quoted a radio jockey as saying "Bollywood has once again tarnished the image of Dubai by typecasting it as the hub of illegal and immoral activities. Let's not forget that Dubai is home to a number of Bollywood stars." She added, "To use its name is such a callous manner shows the ignorance of the filmmaker and is just not acceptable". Responding to the controversy, a close friend of Bhandarkar said, "Madhur is very upset and doesn't want to talk about it. His previous films have done well in Dubai and he doesn't want to miss out on the business there, this time. He is in a dilemma over what to do. He will either mute the word 'Dubai' or dub it with a suitable alternative in the UAE copy of Heroine. Also, a rectified version of the promo will be aired in the Middle East, starting Saturday. "