Bhai is innocent. Bhai roxx.
It’s not sunk in for me yet. A movie that began with a hit and ran for thirteen years has finally come to an end and I can’t believe how that climax played out.
First of all, Bhai was not driving the car. He said so. He also said he is a virgin. I mean come on.
Second, he was not drunk. His blood just turned into alcohol. Or as it was explained by a forensic expert “Sharaab aur khoon main apni marzi se peeta hoon…dabake” (Wanted, 2009)
Dabake dabangg dabangg dabangg….
Third, his driver was driving his car. He said so himself. I mean isn’t that obvious? Driver…driving…car. And if it wasn’t him, and I am not disputing what the court said because I fully respect the law, it could have been any one else.
Raina’s nephew. Kambli’s friend. Hindu patriarchy. Maoists. Media saazish. Sab mile hue hai. Amit Shah.
I don’t know. But definitely not Bhai.
Even if we assume, for argument’s sake, and I am not saying that happened, it was Bhai behind the wheel, it was an accident. I mean Raveena-ji thinks so.
Ultimately, it was an accident and not intentional,hoping also the victims family at peace,and respecting judiciary’s judgement..
— Raveena Tandon (@TandonRaveena) May 6, 2015
Or to paraphrase, “Naheen tera koi dosh dosh madhosh hai tu har waqt waqt”. Someone must have accidentally put alcohol down Bhai’s stomach and then he accidentally ran over someone. Accidents happen. Man.
Not that I, for a moment think he was driving or was drunk. Not at all.
And what about the victims? Aren’t they responsible for their fate?
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— abhijeet (@abhijeetsinger) May 6, 2015
I mean if you sleep on the road like a dog, you deserve to die like a dog. Even though Abhijeet sang “Kitna pyara hai sama” for a film called Footpath, he knows never to take stuff he sings literally. Now if everyone showed this level of class and common sense, people would not be calling Atif Aslam to do playback here.
It’s like penalising a train driver because someone decided to cross the tracks and got killed in the bargain. #salmankhancase
— Farah Khan (@FarahKhanAli) May 6, 2015
I don’t know about you, but for me Bhai is the living embodiment of the king I used to read about in fairy tales. A man with a big heart, who once he makes a commitment does not even listen to himself, kind, just, generous, sweeping away beautiful damsels with his princely charm, brave, regal, handsome. When you read about such kings in those illustrated fairy tales, do you ask whether that deer he has just hunted belongs to a protected species or what his blood alcohol concentration is when he is riding his steed at break neck speed or when his stallion rises up on its rear legs, ready to charge, whether there is someone lying there below his hooves?
No you don’t. But being hypocrites, you do it for Bhai. You don’t care for his big heart, or his generosity, or his overall awesomeness. You hold him up to the same standards as you do for other human beings, those that never spend a paisa on charity, and you totally overlook those people who carelessly, of their own free will, sleep in places where they may inconvenience him.
You guys don’t deserve Bhai. Truly you people don’t.