Discussion in 'Hall of Fame' started by phul, Feb 20, 2017.
Looks like they were having a good time. You'll be hard pressed to find someone who hasn't done that in an open car.
No - it is not irresponsible - obviously he didn't drive that fast. If you haven't been there to see how far and how fast you shouldn't judge!
Well, I'm entitled to my opinion and calling it irresponsible IS my opinion.
All over Europe as well as in many other countries worldwide it is illegal to carry a child without a safety seat, not to talk of without any safety measures at all, high speed or not.
Based on facts and basic physics btw, not opinions, because it's dangerous and potentially lethal even at a low speed.
It's good that you have (repeatedly) voiced your opinion. Now here's MY opinion.
SRK was driving slowly on roads around Mannat. He was not on a highway/motorway etc. He also had police security around him to make sure no cars got close to his. There was a police van infront and behind SRK's car. Only motorbikes could get anywhere close to him.
Also SRK's bodyguard was holding AbRam at ALL times. Ravi had a firm hold of him. So much that even when cutie AbRam wanted to turn around and yell at the photographers ("turn your photo off!!!!!!")...AbRam couldn't move. And AbRam only stood for about 1 minute and then he sat down in the car. Most of the car journey, AbRam was sitting in Ravi's lap.
I find it strange that "some" people sit in judgement on what other people do with their lives and with their OWN kids. I find it even stranger when the judgemental people are "fans". SRK has EVERY right to do what he wishes in HIS life. And he can raise his children as he wishes. It's NO-ONE elses business. People should worry about their own lives and the people/children around them. SRK is a fantastic father, and his kids are the most luckiest and spoilt kids on the planet. AbRam is an outgoing, confident and fiesty little cutie.
And finally about your point "all over europe" etc. Maybe you were too busy passing judgement, but in case you haven't noticed....SRK and AbRam are INDIAN, and he was driving his car in INDIA. SRK was following the law in India. It's funny how some people only post comments finding fault with SRK and pass judgements based on a 2 minute clip. AbRam is the son of a self made multi-millionare, and has the best of everything in his life. If you want to worry about child safety, there are millions of kids in India and around the world that are in ACTUAL need. Maybe you could adopt some of those kids and show SRK how to better raise them.
Personally, I LOVED watching the clip, and seeing SRK driving (reminded me of DON), and the mini DON shouting at the photographers was adorable. I'm glad that SRK gets time to enjoy normal things like driving around with his baby.
I hope you enjoyed reading MY opinion.
wellcome to our planet
and thanks for your opinion.
In my eyes it`s irresponsible to drive without seatbelt, to dangerous.
In case of a full brakes helps no hold.
I knew in India the rules are different but it must not been right
See, you find it strange that other fans dare criticize your idol, I find it strange that you seem to believe I have to applause whatever he does just because I am a fan.
Driving in India doesn't make the circumstances less dangerous, which is why I chose to mention the legal situation in other countries.
Anyway we won't agree on the matter, let's leave it at that.
Thanks Mumbiene for the welcome. I've been on this forum for a while, but i rarely post. I think that you and the other admin's/planetsrk do a great job in sharing SRK stuff.
Where I am from this is not allowed. It startled me and I wouldn't do it, that's not what I have been 'trained' to do. That's not a criticism of srk, simply a different way of doing things. Everyone acts within their own laws and their own comfort zone.
And I feel the same...I do love him so so much that it makes me worry when he does idiotic things....
wow - now we are using abusive language. Really fantastic. Have you watched the video? he is driving nearly walking speed and is escorted from all sides. But maybe I see it wrongly - my father was the same idiot and did the same thing with me.
Out of this thread.
i am from India and believe me it's not just safe over here..any things could have happened ... we cant appreciate wrong thing even if it's done by someone so close to our heart.. any way he will do what he want to ... any opinion of ours right or wrong hardly matters to him