Thursday, 4 February 2010

Shah Rukh Khan has no reason to apologise

Bollywood star Shah Rukh Khan, owner of IPL cricket team Kolkata Knight Riders, expressed his disappointment that no Pakistan cricketers were picked for the 2010 Indian Premier League.

This has angered Hindu hardline party Shiv Sena so much that they are demanding an apology from Shah Rukh Khan.

Unless he apologises, his next big release "My Name Is Khan" could be banned in Mumbai.
In fact all Shah Rukh's films could face a ban in the city.

Multiplexes and single-screen theatres in Mumbai have taken off posters and hoardings of Shah Rukh Khan’s My name is Khan following an order by the Shiv Sena.

Sena leader Sanjay Raut is quoted as saying "Let us see how he dares to take in Pakistani players. We will see to it. We will not tolerate anybody praising Pakistanis. Balasaheb has already given instructions on the issue. You will see what Shiv Sena will do in the coming days."

Effigies of Shah Rukh Khan have been burned in India

It does not take much before Hindu extremists parties start terrorising the people.

To say “India belongs to all Indians” would get Hindu extremists blood boiling, as in the case of taxi permits in Mumbai.

Certainly not a place where people of different persuation can co-exist.

The only extremists that are tolerated and above the law are Hindu extremists.
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