The romantic drama has been threatened with legal action for apparent blasphemous dialogue.
Devgan told Hindustan Times: "My film Son of Sardaar does not hurt anybody's sentiments.
"I'm from Punjab and I have a lot of respect for the community and culture as everyone else and the last thing I would do is to hurt anyone. In fact, I'm very proud of the community.
"At no point will you find any element of disrespect. The protagonist of the film is a Sardar, so the film will showcase a very positive projection of the community.
"If you could just wait for the release and then come up with your comments and opinion. Trust me, we all will be proud of the film."
The All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) has called on the Sikh clergy to comment on the film.
One of the lines of dialogue identified as potentially offensive is: "If Sikhs were not there, then who would have invented abuses?"
Last week, it was reported that the film's producers have been asked to cut scenes by a lawyer.
Watch the trailer for Son of Sardaar below: