Sorry Salman, we won’t get your ‘innocence’ behind with Bajrangi Bhaijaan

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Salman Khan wants his ignorance behind with Bajrangi Bhaijaan. And he wants we to compensate for it.

Will you?

“This film (Bajrangi Bhaijaan) indispensable frankness and ignorance that we had lost. Both, Bajrangi Bhaijaan and Prem Ratan Dhan Payo will move behind my frankness and innocence,” Salman said, pity his Eid wish-list on Wednesday.

Salman Khan. ReutersSalman Khan. Reuters

Salman Khan. Reuters

Salman is, obviously, not articulate about a detriment of ‘innocence’ of his shade avatar. On screen, he has stranded to a sterotype of a sweet-talking, doe-eyed do-gooder with a heart of gold, arms of steel and a 56-inch chest. Forget dark, villanous characters, Salman’s reel-life avatars haven’t even had a spirit of grey.

Salman is a crafty artist. He frequency accepts roles that pull courtesy to his genuine life and a countless controversies. On screen, we frequency see him drinking, philandering (No Entry and Biwi No 1 are singular exceptions), removing into brawls with women (when he quarrels with wife, he gets dutifully slapped into remorse by his mother) or violation a law (he is constantly a Dabangg guardian of law and justice).

If there was ever a masculine homogeneous of Sati Savitri, Salman’s on-screen impression would be among a tip contenders for a tab with his dignified rightness and moral friendship to avocation and love. Sati Salman, if we will.

Mission Being Human, clearly, is for genuine life. The query for innocene is for a man, not a image.

Unfortunately, behind a smokescreen of a 70-mm deceive lurks a Mr Hyde – a male scandalous for violation a law with parole and removing divided with it since of a fruits of labours of Dr Jekyll: money, fame, change and open sympathy.

Salman has killed stable animals for fun. He has mown down people sleeping on a cement while pushing drunk. He has allegedly tormented women after break-ups. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan went on record about this. And instead of being distressing or penitent, confronting a consequences of his rapist acts, Salman has resorted to any kind of trick, taken advantage of loopholes in a law, to check punishment.

Naturally, Salman is longing for his mislaid innocence.

There is a noted stage in Amitbah Bachchan’s cult classical Agneepath that could be a embellishment for Salman’s quest. In that film, after being called a ‘woh goonda‘ by Commissioner Gaitonde’s son, Vijay Chauhan takes his mom Madhavi to a ghetto, where hundreds of people roar and scream their acclamation for their Bhai and redeem his repute and ego.

Politicians and stars have their personal yardstick for justice. They trust that a host is a ultimate decider of their destiny, their decider and jury. For them, feat in an choosing and box-office success of their work is some-more convincing explanation of their ignorance than a court.

So, Salman too would be anticipating that a entertainment full of shrieking, dancing, whistling fans will pass a final outcome on a doubt of his culpability. That a box-office will overturn his standing of a convicted criminal, a male found guilty of snuffing out lives.

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Sorry, Bhaijaan, we exclude to be partial of this jury that will compensate for your redemption.

When Maine Pyaar Kiya was released, we was there among a front-benchers who should ideally have been during school. When Hum Aapke Hain Kaun strike a theatres, we was among those true millions who bought tickets on a black marketplace for a whole family. we cried when Aishwarya left we in Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam and screamed with fun when we responded to Rakhi’s plaitive defence ‘Mere Karan-Arjun Aayenge.’ And when Dabangg was released, my son and we competed with any other for a loudest whistle.

Before we were a convicted criminal, we was both magnanimous with my money, adore and appreciation for your work.

But, when your film is expelled tomorrow, we won’t be among those whose acclaim and violence will lift a weight of shame from your conscience.

I know my dual bit or Rs 200 will not make any disproportion to a Rs 200-crore your film will earn. But, if a snub we witnessed after your behind self-assurance and present bail in a hit-and-run box is an denote of India’s conscience, we consider a reserve for Bajrangi Bhaijaan will be a small shorter.

If it isn’t, we would gracefully accept pomposity as one of the common virtues.