Originally posted by angelic_devil
Still people r just curious about Mr. Bhatt? i always found him fishy and now my doubts are confirmed.
Still curious about Mr. Bhatt !
Yep, I think many people might be. Shobhaa De (socialite/writer/journalist/whatever) called Bhatt's family dysfunctional. She tweeted "What is wrong
with Mahesh Bhatt and his family? Dysfunctional is too mild a word. Now
son Rahul's in a mess. Serious mess. All brawn no brain."
She might be correct there as she might know some inside scoops,
but I don't agree with her choice of words and approach. She usually seems to take personal potshots at people. Though her articles/blogs are sometimes interesting to read, not for the good content but for the masaala
like some B-grade movie.
Here is a sample from her blogs. http://shobhaade.blogspot.com/2009/11/ma-da-laadla-bighad-gayaa.html"I love Mahesh Bhatt. He is passionate, well read, gutsy and impossible.
So... when he called me on Friday to talk about my tweet on his son
Rahul ( yup, same guy who has landed himself in a spot in the David
Coleman Headley case), I was all ears and most interested in his take
on what had gone wrong. Mahesh must have really worked the phone lines
with the media after the story hit the headlines that day, as is clear
from the front page coverage his version has received this morning. "
They are making a villain out of a hero," fumes Mahesh in his son's
defence. While Mahesh's daughter Pooja reserves her rage for my tweet
where I had called the Bhatts a 'dysfunctional' family ( the Bhatts
don't exactly exemplify the average Indian family, and that's what
makes them unique) "
What is more interesting in this case is that now since Bhatt family is involved and they fear his son being harrased by the police. Would the Govt. come up with some new laws to protect the identity of genuine witness in future? If such laws exist already then its high time they implement them. What's with all those news in media that so and so witness in 26/11 is missing!! Though Bhatt family is as curious as it can be, what about so called aam aadmis
who try to help the police, but are treated as culprits as their dad may not be able to create so much hue and cry in the media.
Edited by Bartz - 23 November 2009 at 8:37am