Friday, March 29, 2013

If tears can be magical...

Hello People,

Buffet Buffet Buffet....way to go on making bigger n better deals, be it the Heinz or now the Goldman sachs...he makes the right moves n hence an inspiration to the entrepreneurial world!!! Way to go

Picture of the post is from Coorg, yes one of the beautiful locations in Karnataka, India. Coorg apart from it natural beauty also houses a Tibetan Monastery which attracts many tourists.The Golden statues of Lord Buddha are a quite a feast for the eyes.

We Indians are so good when it comes to forgiving and forgetting sins & sinners. Don't we?? Let the sinners do any sort of sin, we still have a big heart to accept them back when they shed a bucket full of crocodile tears. Sometimes we give them their status back and honor them too. Well, as long as the sinners have realized and repented, forgiving and forgetting is considerable but may be an option outside the law. Does that take away from the grave sins they have committed?? Can those who suffered because of their deeds forget the past and pardon them??? Okay, the sufferers apart, can the law pardon those who committed crimes (in case there is no corruption) when the evidence against is strong and when the accused accepts his/her involvement??? These questions may have some honest answers as long as the accused is just another 'fame'less citizen. But what if he/she is a celebrity who has immense fame and comes from a reputed family and works in a well known industry?? Guessed it already? Yeah, you guesses are right...He is none other than Sanjay Dutt. The buzz around his arrest, accusation under POTA act, previous jailed term, release and now imprisonment again etc., ufff its endless. 
Especially the media, which is so curious about minute details of this man and his current public behaviour including the no.of tear drops shed by this masculine lad is certainly going overboard. Media folks, please don't forget he is a human before a celebrity, emotional tears are such a natural phenomenon unlike those reel tears which flow out of glycerin overloads. Now finding out whether they flow out of emotion or out of guilt or out of the acting experience is another topic and the related debates are endless. Stop writing dramatic stories about his human behaviour which is quite inevitable given an instance like that. The media portrays dramatically that the demi-god status he enjoyed has suddenly strolled down to a normal human.  And our sympathetic Btown celebrities shout out from their twitter rooftops expressing their grief and certifying his goodness. So to say, these celebrities seem to forget that he is a citizen of the country first, before being one of the Bollywood celebrities. The evidence that he possessed arms that weren't supposed to be with a common citizen (even a celebrity) is clear and the news that he has partied with the underworld & mafia men was also making rounds. If those endorsing his innocence think all this is not a big deal and he should be pardoned in spite of these activities, are they indirectly asking for a special (could be illegitimate) proceeding where the so called 'nice & good' celebrities should be exceptionally treated and trailed. 
The fact that he had unlicensed weapons and contacts with some criminals of the mafia cannot be ruled out. Just because he has wife and kids, the above fact doesn't fade out in any way. If all those related indirectly with terror attacks shouldn't be trailed, there will be many loose ends in the cases. Usually fatal attacks or blasts aren't operated by one or two persons but a group of people collectively sketch and plan them with the support of some locals. Let people like Mr.Dutt be involved knowingly or unknowingly, he has been under the scanner. He might be a man of virtues but he has been proved to have made a mistake. If he still strongly denies it, he could hang on to the case in the courts and fight for justice, but the present case doesn't seem to give him any more chance to plead. 
Its better if the media stops the over excitement around this episode making an annoying buzz. If tears alone could wash away the sins, we don't need any courts and law. When Sanjay himself agrees to abide by the law, don't know why the media folk & Bollywoodies cannot stop showering pitiful stories on him.
Anyways, I don't think he would be serving the jail term unlike many other common criminals as it is an open secret that celebrities & politicians & few bureaucrats tend to enjoy luxury treatment in the jails. 
On a lighter note, Sanju Baba may plan to write his biography which would set him by the side of many other legendaries who have served jail term and came up with biographies during the term. In his case, the biography might became a biopic at some point. Isn't it a good idea Sanju??



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