Leave the governor alone.
Firstly which part of “allegedly” does the press not understand that they go after the poor man like this? As the governor says, in the age of Hollywood and Bollywood, all sorts of manipulations can be done on pictures—– Superman can fly, scenes taken in a parking lot can become the battle of Helm’s Deep in Two towers and a governor’s picture can be surreptitiously inserted into footage of Vivid Video‘s Bengali-owned competitor Bibidh Bhideo’s sleazy productions all in order to malign a freedom fighter.
Plus there could be innocent explanations for what happened. Say you ask your subordinates to rent “Teen Deviyaan” (or “Teen Kanya” if you like more arty stuff) on a lazy afternoon. And rather than getting you the Dev Anand-directed movie’s DVD they take you literally and actually rent three deviyaans. Would this kind of galti se mistake ho gya be your fault?
As the governor says, with this incident, it has now become risky to even talk to a woman. True.
I am sure this has happened to all of us. You make a friendship with a woman and then have a light conversation about strip mining. Presently you get introduced to her two room-mates who somehow remind you of the hill state of Uttarkhand . Soon all four of you are sitting on the bed playing contract bridge while you test their maths knowledge with questions like “My age is twenty years more than the sum of your ages. Five years ago, my age was triple that of you and four-times yours and ten years hence it will be …”.
Now if we have all done this, why then are we going after the poor governor? [Must watch video]
My full support to the man.
I am sure he is somewhere alone and sad, singing the song from 3 Idiots ” Give me some sunshine. Give me some rain. Give me another chance. I wanna grow up once again.” and not, as some conspirators would like us to believe, the song One Two Three Four [Video]
Leave him alone. And have a happy new year.