Shah Rukh Khan’s SHOCKING reaction on Salman Khan’s rape comment might SHOCK...

Shah Rukh Khan’s SHOCKING reaction on Salman Khan’s rape comment might SHOCK you!


Anyone who has read his interviews or has met with Shah Rukh Khan would know for a fact he does his words mince. But astonishingly, he does when it comes to Salman Khan’s rape remark controversy n’t need to take sides. Yes! At an event yesterday, Shah Rukh was requested to comment but by overruling the entire theory saying Khan selected to keep a neutral stand, “In the last few years I have come to realise that I have made so many inappropriate comments myself. I don’t think I am someone to sit in judgement for anybody else’s comment. To be really honest, it is not about taking sides. I myself speak such a lot (inappropriately), who am I to judge him on this? Personally speaking, I don’t think I am anyone to comment on this. I am so inappropriate myself. I have said some really wrong things also…” Well, now is that what we expected from SRK? I don’t think so!

We comprehend people often make errors and stars also are after all human beings. But during a period when everyone was expecting to hear a more powerful say a more powerful stand against Salman and his comments that are insignificant, we didn’t anticipate by blaming himself for being improper SRK to turn the tables.

Priyanka Chopra overly had lately responded to Salman’s rape comment but she decided to redirect the problem to an critical one by emphasizing the rape cases to not forget. She said: “First of all, you should be asking the person who made this comment. It is very important for the media and for we as women to use our power and talk about the real problem which is happening in India every single day to so many women instead of pushing a controversy for a headline, which is unfair. There is so much reality happening like a brutal rape case in Bihar took place – why is no one talking about the issue? A lot has been said about the Salman issue, I don’t want to add to the noise. I would rather bring notice on real issues. The real problem is us talking about how to treat out women better in India and how to treat women better generally.”