It’s an irony of a sort that, as Indians, we celebrated our Republic Day on January 26 and the next day, a blatant mockery of tolerance and freedom of expression, guaranteed by the Indian constitution unfurled in front of our eyes. It is appalling and disgusting how a terror outfit assaulted the pride of the Hindi film industry and one of our most brilliant filmmakers, Sanjay Leela Bhansali, treading with impunity to destroy his workplace, the sets of Padmavati. It is infuriating how freedom and tolerance are taking a toll.
Fringe elements rampaging the sets of SLB’s Padmavati/Image credit: http://www.dnaindia.com/entertainment/report-from-karan-johar-to-anurag-kashyap-bollywood-strongly-condemns-attack-on-sanjay-leela-bhansali-2296812
Yes, the culture of intolerance, I choose, to say it loud and clear, is being legitimately questioned when we see fringe elements roaming free and violating the rules of law of our great country. It’s the law of the blind, deaf and dumb when the system fails to protect its…
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