Monday, February 15, 2010

SRK'S HISTORY RECORD, A PAKI IN INDIA

Gmail agrasen
[prohindu] SRK's History
EagleSM23 Sat, Feb 13, 2010 at 11:00 AM
Reply-To: prohindu-owner@yahoogroups.com
To: media_monitor5@yahoogroups.com


Posted on:
SRK's History

Posted by: "Maria Mathias" reshmathias@gmail.com reshmathias
Thu Feb 11, 2010 7:40 pm (PST)

*History of Shahrukh Khan's politics against Indian security forces, and
pro-Pakistan communalism*

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Shahrukh Khan has pretty much stopped mentioning the word 'Pakistan' since
the day it slipped out of his mouth ahead of My Name is Khan's release. He's
now all of a sudden, with help of Barkha Dutt/NDTV and other similar media
types, now more like that Gujarati freedomfighter Mahatma Gandhi or that
Bihari ideologue Gautam Buddha standing by his convictions.

In reality in his statements last couple days, depending on the situation
he's been flip-flopping by the hour. But let's go further than just last
couple days. Let's investigate further what those convictions of Khan just
might be. And what we are looking at with this guy.

To start off politely, the direct irony of Shahrukh Khan's position today is
one predicted long ago. That today he's seeking help of Indian security
forces to ensure release of his film My Name is Khan. These are the very
people whose mission and purpose, not to mention service and occasionally
blood sacrifice, he undermines by promoting Pakistan explicitly and
sometimes implicitly, a country which is not exactly secular, has fought 4
wars against these Indian security forces, which won't get out of occupied
Kashmir simply on communal grounds. Which sends its units like Ajmal Qasab
and Ismail Khan with the persistence of a Mohammad Gajni and then plays
victim, whose cricketers like Sohail Tanvir make money off IPL in India and
then look to taunt 'hindus' on their local tv back in Pakistan when things
take a turn not in their favor.

But to those following Shah Rukh Khan over the years, this is not
surprising. Let's consider Shahrukh Khan's politics and agendas via his
choices off and on screen, which in part may explain why he is popular with
the Pakistanis overseas:

- In 1998, Khan's Dil Se shows Indian army as rapists. The 'heroine' was a
'noble' suicidebomber, a phenomena more common in the Islamic middle east
not Assam where the film was supposedly set.

- In 2000, his Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani has a 'hindu' as a terrorist.

- In 2001, he makes a film on India's greatest emperor whose insignia is on
the flag itself, Ashok Maurya, using a paltry budget (compared to a Jodha
Akbar or Mughal-E-Azam) and shows him is some very questionable light at
that. The treatment of Ashok Maurya by Khan is very different in tone
compared to far more questionable characters like Akbar and mughal kings.

- In 2002, a movie of his is linked to being funded by people who are later
arrested amidsts suspicion of operating at behest of Pakistani underworld.

- In 2004 his home production Main Hoon Naa has a hindu in the Indian army
once again as its lead villain.

- In 2007, in his home production Om Shanti Om, he and Farah Khan mock the
legendary patriotic filmmaker Manoj Kumar (nicknamed 'Bharat') but not Dilip
Kumar whose name is Yusuf Khan, leading Manoj Kumar to being the first major
public superstar to suggest Khan may be having a communal agenda behind the
clever talk.

- In 2010, Khan blasts Indians for not selecting Pakistanis in IPL when it
was speculated that Indians did so as a measure to remind Pakistan of
consequences of lapses like 26/11. But Khan instead jumped in, essentially
doing propoganda for Pakistan using the media and then gloating about his
Pakistani father to boot. This finally triggered the Shivsena assault on
Khan which continues.

Taken in isolation, each of these can be overlooked perhaps. But over time a
pattern starts to build.

For a muslim enjoying incredible privileges over 20 years in Hindu-majority
Hindustan; privileges which let's face it, would not be available to any
Hindu in a muslim-majority 'wonderful' Pakistan, Shah Rukh Khan has a lot of
explaining to do.

The problem for him, is regardless of MNIK, he needs security. And Pakistan
can't secure him. Nor can Abu Salem or Osama Bin Laden. Only India can.
Which means Hindus have to provide that security. The same Hindus whose
wider interests he's been undermining all these years, using Hindustan
cinema no less.

Regardless of MNIK, he's got a problem on his hands moving forward as the
issue is now out in the open.

__._,_.___
Reply to sender | Reply to group
Messages in this topic (1)
Recent Activity:

* New Members 1

Visit Your Group Start a New Topic
One strong Hindu can change the thought-current of the whole world...
Hindus should have fearlessness,the first prerequisite of a spiritual life.

To Post a message, send it to: prohindu@eGroups.com
To Unsubscribe, send a blank message to: prohindu-unsubscribe@eGroups.com
Yahoo! Groups
Switch to: Text-Only, Daily Digest • Unsubscribe • Terms of Use
.

__,_._,___

5 Comments:

At 9:01 AM, Blogger The said...

Do you think the movie is also guilty of stereotyping African Americans?

http://www.the-nri.com/index.php/2010/02/film-review-my-name-is-khan/

 
At 2:21 AM, Blogger Zheng junxai5 said...

2015-07-27 zhengjx
oakley sunglasses outlet
christian louboutin shoes
louboutin
coach outlet store online
tory burch handbags
kate spade outlet
ralph lauren polo shirts
beats headphones
true religion outlet
ed hardy uk clothing
ray bans
longchamp
michael kors outlet
air max 2015
soccer outlet
ray ban glasses
michael kors outlet
fitflops shoes
cheap soccer jerseys
nike blazer pas cher
true religion jeans
gucci sito ufficiale
burberry sale
kate spade
air jordan uk
tory burch outlet online
replica watches rolex
cheap snabacks
true religion
oakley sunglasses outlet
polo ralph lauren
replica watches for sale
snapbacks hats
true religion sale
coach outlet store online
toms shoes sale
mcm backpack
michael kors handbags
toms shoes for women
gucci belt

 
At 12:51 AM, Blogger 林磊 said...

2015-10-29leilei
Louis Vuitton Handbags
Michael Kors Outlet
Michael Kors Handbags Outlet Online
Air Jordan Retro 6S Shoes
uggs outlet
michael kors outlet online
ugg boots sale
true religion outlet
cheap ugg boots
michael kors outlet clearance
montblanc pen
hollister uk sale
uggs outlet
Official Coach Factory Outlet Online
Canada Gooses Sale,Canada Gooses Jackets,Canada Gooses Coats,Canada Gooses Parka
cheap uggs
louis vuitton
coach outlet
uggs sale
canada goose sale
coach outlet
Louis Vuitton Handbags On Sale
michael kors outlet
michael kors uk
coach outlet online
michael kors outlet
michael kors outlet
Louis Vuitton Outlet Official Site
oakley sunglasses cheap
michael kors outlet online
louis vuitton outlet stores
Louis Vuitton Handbags Discount
canada goose Jacket/Parka/Coats
ray-ban sunglasses,ray ban sunglasses,ray bans,rayban,ray ban wayfarer,raybans,ray ban glasses,ray ban aviators,ray ban clubmaster,ray ban eyeglasses,cheap ray bans,ray bans sunglasses,ray ban aviator,ray bands,fake ray bans,ray ban prescription glasses,ray ban outlet,ray ban canada,ray ban sunglasses sale,ray ban sale
Michael Kors Outlet Online Sale

 
At 7:13 PM, Blogger Zheng junxai5 said...

zhengjx20160524
coach factory outlet
michael kors outlet online
michael kors handbags
louis vuitton outlet
louis vuitton bags
montblanc pens
adidas stan smith
ray ban
nike trainers women
tory burch shoes
michael kors outlet
coach factory outlet online
michael kors outlet
coach outlet store online
true religion outlet store
hollister clothing
replica rolex watches
oakley sunglasses
louis vuitton
tods outlet store
coach factory outlet
oakley canada
coach outlet
copy watches
gucci handbags
adidas factory outlet
cheap ray ban sunglasses
nhl jerseys
ray ban sunglasses uk
michael kors outlet online sale
michael kors handbags
retro jordans 13
jordan 3 powder blue
tory burch outlet online
coach outlet online
tory burch outlet
louis vuitton handbags
air jordan 8
louis vuitton handbags
pandora jewelry

 
At 5:30 PM, Blogger happy 123 said...

michael kors outlet
ugg boots
omega watches sale
nike trainers
nba jerseys
true religion outlet
cheap oakley sunglasses
ugg outlet
louboutin shoes
ugg boots
20170802

 

Post a Comment

<< Home