Thursday, May 7, 2015
Open Letter To Salman Khan
Dear Salman Khan,
Let’s straightaway get to the point. You are a criminal; a bloody criminal. Aren’t you?
I could see this coming a long time back. In fact a very long time. If you ask me, this was bound to happen. Bound to happen because, the chap up there isn’t a fan of yours and as such he doesn’t like third grade movies that you have mastered in producing, one after another. When innocent blood spills on the road, it rarely goes unnoticed. It may get noticed after a prolonged inaction but when it finally does, destiny comes calling very quickly. You may have thought yourself above the law but the poor law was not aware of your self-ascertained vilification. Finally, the vice of justice fell on you and quite rightly, pulled the ground beneath your feet.
But bhai, you know it very well. This one case got the attention, or else you were a spoilt brat from birth. From the day I came to know about your existence, you always were in news for all the wrong reasons? Which moron can afford such protracted hara-kiri in public life? May be Lalu Yadav, but then he is also going to jail very soon. The same time, during which you mowed down an innocent life and critically injured a few more, your name was being discussed along with the Naami-Daami mafias of Mumbai. You may call that a jealous attempt of your distractors but then Amitabh Bachhan never got himself intimately associated with the goons of the city. Or, are you a bigger star than Amitabh Bachhan? Why it is only you who had to accommodate the criminal underbelly of Mumbai city? There are many successful actors before you and after you as well but you had this uncanny loathsomeness that wasn’t noticed with anyone else. Every second day you had to break up a fight with someone. Your drunken misdemeanors are legendry. And in fact, the case for which the law slapped you up from your egoistic slumber was because of your drunken escaped. No, I am not blaming your drinking habit per se. Your drinking is not necessarily a problem as long as you keep it indoors. But when you fancy mowing down poor people sleeping on the pavement after you are drunk then it looks bizarre. It is in fact so bizarre that calling you a shameless anti-social and a disgrace to any civilized society would sound an understatement. In totality, here is a very simple question for you Salman Bhai – By any chance you find this nation as your father’s personal property and its roads are even more personal?
But you are shedding a lot of crocodile tears through ‘Being Human’ or some nonsense to that effect. So we must consider that before weighing your overwhelming crimes. At least that is what your close buddies in Bollywood are thinking and advocating. Fair enough. Let’s go into that direction a bit. For starters, people may call it an NGO but for me it is the handy work of your PR department. A Bollywood actor depends heavily on a feel-good social image and it is not a doubt how your so called tarnished image got further tarnished after the 2002 drunken driving case. The PR team worked overtime to come up with a solution and viola, the birth of this Being Human nonsense. Had you been a changed soul then the first thing you would have done is to meet the family of the poor man that you mowed down. Did you meet them? Did you offer any monetary help? Forget about helping him; do you even know his first name? For the first time I found, a changed soul doesn’t know about his latest victim, much less begging sorry from his near and dear ones. Not only that, you even allowed your lawyers to defend your skullduggery by arguing how pavements aren’t meant for sleeping. Are these the symptoms of a changed soul? Had you been a true changed soul, you would have pleaded guilty on the very first hearing and would have pledged your support for the deceased’s family in turn. But what you did instead? You threw around your weight in the courts by showing off your skills in the form of a battery of highly paid lawyers. Even yesterday, you imported an Rs 10 lakhs/hearing charging Harish Salve to argue your bail case in Maharashtra high court. Changed soul? Seriously? Had you thought of paying that ten lakhs to the man whom you nonchalantly scythed down, you’re over spilling sins would have contained a bit. So please stop your rabid lawyers, your moronic friends in Bollywood and your hysterical fans to stop chanting your good works as if we are seeing the reborn of another King Asoka. If you are a changed soul then Sunny Leone is still a virgin. Go preach elsewhere. And by the way, pavements aren't meant for driving either.
Let’s talk a bit about your co-actresses. You seem to have a crush on the every second woman of your film. Not only that, you become very possessive about them after being a good bottle down. You become so possessive that you gatecrash a movie shooting and threaten Vivek Oberoi with all the reputed mafias of Mumbai and ask him to stay away from your crush. What kind of civility is this? And mind it; this incident happened well after your changed soul avatar’s first offering called Being Human. Not only that, you also go drunk to the same woman’s house at the mid of the night and bang her doors so loud that neighbors wake up to enquire about it. But you don’t stop there. Do you? You also threaten an innocent neighbor of that woman with dire consequences if he dares further in questioning your larger than and above the law life. Again, this spectacular display of graciousness happened well after your Being Human farce.
Fighting with your co-stars for silly things is just a part of your love stories. It just happened way too many times. Starting from Sangeeta Vijlani to Katrina Kaif, you showcased yourself as a macho thug who knows no bounds in leaving sanity bankrupt. While you were busy threatening to break the nose of every second person, you also weren't treating women like they should be. There are lots of testimonies where women you mingle with have come up with their version of your drunken behavior. All have testified to the fact that you are an uncultured and abusive faggot. All of them have accused you of physical abuse. But I don’t blame you here. You adore your mini skirt wearing co-actresses but expect them to transform to a chudidar wearing Ekta Kapoor creation like your mom after mingling with you. And you know that is very difficult, if not impossible. In fact, more difficult than your transformation from the day of mowing down an innocent to the Being Human charade.
And please stop blaming your celebrity stature for the punishment. If that is so, then it should have happened a good 13 years back. And also stop your rabid lawyers from touting around about that nonsense of your heart ailment. Do you have a heart to begin with? At least there isn’t one that I can see.
RegardsSomeone who hates third raters