and i hope that he stays in for his entire term. We have had enough of the movie industry behaving like a cartel and making a mockery out of the Indian judicial system. Sanjay Dutt may be a Munna Bhai helping the poor in the movies, but he is a criminal in real-life and criminals ought to be where they ought to be, in the jail.
Even the media is portraying these people as heroes in real life with NDTV conducting a “Sanjay Dutt speaks his heart out” interview with the sole aim of pulling the public in his favour. Bollywood comes up in arms whenever a member of their fraternity is pulled up by the law. I am sure that each of them does this in the hope that the rest would support them similarly if they were to break the law in future.
A classic example is that of Salman Khan. How on earth can this guy be roaming around free acting in movies and fooling around ? He is a murderer, he kills endangered animals, threatens people and still he goes scot free.I hope that he goes to jail too!
Update: NDTV has been showing Bollywood’s reactions to Sanjay Dutt’s arrest over the weekend. It is unfortunate that Amitabh Bachchan, supposedly the icon of the Indian movie industry speaks against Sanjay’s arrest saying that Sanjay is a nice person, a role model, has kids etc and he should be pardoned. It is not good if a person representing India on such a global scale makes comment hinting that Bollywood is above the law.
Hats off to Rakhi Savant on the same issue. She said.
“I am happy that that law of the land has taken its course. I am not celebrating Sanjay’s imprisonment. But, it doesn’t matter if it is Sanjay Dutt or any other common man, the law should take its course”