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No film shows in Mumbai on Sunday

Discussion in 'Jab Tak Hai Jaan' started by mumbiene, Nov 17, 2012.

  1. Yeh Dil

    Yeh Dil He is my live

    Can you imagine then, what would happen if someone would go to the cinema .... I would not even think about it ...
     
  2. Prerna Dewan

    Prerna Dewan Well-Known Member

    Precisely. Nobody would. And nobody has the right to force this kind of mourning down anyone's throat or stop all economic activity-if somebody wants to watch a movie (JTHJ or otherwise), he should be given the right to decide for himself! http://www.firstpost.com/india/congratulations-mumbai-for-the-voluntary-shutdown-527654.html This article illustrates what I'm trying to say in a better way.
     
    Alenka and Yeh Dil thank this.
  3. Yeh Dil

    Yeh Dil He is my live

    Thank you ... I dont know anything about the political situation in india .... and this shocked me ....
     
  4. Ladyinred

    Ladyinred Well-Known Member

    It's horrible. One party imposes his will to the rest of society.In democratic country.
    I've read online newspapers; articles about Shiv Sena and its leader was soft and nice. Any mentioning about criminal activities of Shiv Sena...
     
  5. srkjuhi

    srkjuhi Well-Known Member

    I have to say I blame the news channels as well. I mean some of these very news channels have been attacked by goons from this very party so I seriously wasn't able to wrap my head around the way they were reporting about this issue. He wasn't some hero! He might have been one for his followers but his followers certainly do not represent the whole of Mumbai!
     
  6. Karan#1

    Karan#1 Well-Known Member

    They don't mention that out of fear the shiv sena followers would attack them
     
  7. Ladyinred

    Ladyinred Well-Known Member

    Yes, I've read about it. Shiv Sena workers are common bandits.
     

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