A guy gets sentenced to 5 years in prison for a Hit-and-Run case in 2002. 13 years after the crime. The guy happens to be one of the biggest superstars in the country and so of course everyone has an opinion and the media will go crazy.
But let’s pause and see some of the things that most of the people are really talking about? (We may be wrong, we hope we’re wrong!)
“Great, no more Dabangg 3”
“THIS IS AN OUTRAGE, SALLU BHAI IS THE BEST”
“Great, he sucks as an actor”
“THIS IS SO UNFAIR, JUST BECAUSE HE IS A CELEBRITY”
“Great, he should be punished, i dont like him”
… He is sentenced because he ran over someone THIRTEEN years ago. Can we get some perspective here, please?
Some celebrities reacted in a very interesting way to this verdict. Interesting, purely for lack of better words.
There is a hope that the beauty, interior and exterior, is placed above law. Seems about right.
Then there is utter disregard for whatever the law believes. \m/
Well, tbh at least this one is a prayer…
There is a confident appeal to rationale and logic, it seems.
Oh and this is genuine and deep insight. The real criminal is the Government of India! Who knew.
…and finally THIS. Officially our most favourite response. It’s so appalling that it’s hilarious.
Well the internet is a free world (hopefully forever), so we guess everyone can say and believe what they like. But is this the best message to take away from this publicized incident? Seriously debatable!