Shah Rukh Khan's Outlook magazine column creates national uproar, international war of words

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In a strange and bizarre turn of events, Shah Rukh Khan's special column written for the Outlook Turning Points Magazine (Special Agenda 2013) in association with The New York Times newspaper has created a sorts of national uproar in India and a cross border war of words between Indian and Pakistani politicians.

For the special edition of the Outlook Magazine, SRK was invited to write an opinion column on what it means to be a Muslim in India and globally post 9/11. It is titled:

"Being a Khan: What it means to be a Muslim in the post-9/11 world. And what India means for the world as a Muslim power."

SRK writes:

"I sometimes become the inadvertent object of political leaders who choose to make me a symbol of all that they think is wrong and unpatriotic about Muslims in India. There have been occasions when I have been accused of bearing allegiance to our neighbouring nation rather than my own country - this even though I am an Indian, whose father fought for the freedom of India. Rallies have been held where leaders have exhorted me to leave and return to what they refer to as my original homeland.

I gave my son and daughter names that could pass for generic (pan-India and pan-religious) ones - Aryan and Suhana. The Khan has been bequeathed by me so they can't really escape it. I pronounce it with my epiglottis when asked by Muslims and throw the Aryan as evidence of their race when non-Muslims enquire. I imagine this will prevent my offspring from receiving unwarranted eviction orders or random fatwas in the future.

I became so sick of being mistaken for some crazed terrorist who co-incidentally carries the same name as mine that I made a film subtly titled My Name Is Khan (and I am not a terrorist) to prove a point. Ironically, I was interrogated at the airport for hours about my last name when I was going to promote the film in America for the first time."

SRK further writes:

"My first learning of Islam from my father was to respect women and children and to uphold the dignity of every human being. I learnt that the property and decency of others, their points of view, their beliefs, their philosophies and their religions were due as much respect as my own and ought to be accepted with an open mind. I learnt to believe in the power and benevolence of Allah, and to be gentle and kind to my fellow human beings, to give of myself to those less privileged than me and to live a life full of happiness, joy, laughter and fun without impinging on anybody else's freedom to live the same way.

The living of my life has enabled me to be deeply touched by the love of millions of Indians.

Beneath the guise of my superstardom, I am an ordinary man. My Islamic stock does not conflict with that of my Hindu wife's. The only disagreement I have with Gauri concerns the colour of the walls in our living room and not about the locations of the walls demarcating temples from mosques in India."

Despite SRK firmly reaffirming his allegiance to and patriotism and love for his country India in his column, a Pakistani politician called Hafiz Saeed strangely commented that SRK "can move to Pakistan if he does not feel safe in India."

Then came the odd comments of Pakistan's interior minister Rehman Malik, who said that "India should provide security to SRK."

These two comments have created an uproar in India. Articles have been written in some Indian media outlets that strangely bash SRK for the words of Pakistani politicians. Social networking sites are abuzz with the matter, with some people even more strangely asking SRK to comment/apologize for his column and for what the Pakistani politicians have said.

SRK's fans and friends have also come out in droves from India and around the world on social networking sites, supporting SRK and condemning the "defamatory" articles by some Indian media outlets and comments by those who hate SRK. SRK has been trending on Twitter nonstop for more than 24 hours now. A source close to SRK was quoted as saying that SRK is very upset at the comments of the Pakistani politicians.

Indian politicians have also joined in, including India's home minister:

"We are quite capable of looking after security of our own citizens...let him (Malik) worry about security of his own." -RK Singh, India's home minister

"Rehman Malik's remark is condemnable and hilarious when you consider that everyday Pakistanis are killing each other. Muslims in India are totally secure. We don't need any compassion or support from Pakistan." -Maulana Khalid Rasheed

"SRK is a nationalist and a national icon, he should give a befitting reply to Pakistan." -Rajiv Pratap Rudy, BJP

"Its better if Malik does not meddle in our affairs. SRK should be given security or not is to be decided by us not Pakistan." -Sanjay Raut, Shiv Sena

"According to our constitution, all are equal. As for Malik, he should think about securing minorities in Pakistan first." -Manish Tiwari

In another recent event, a journalist asked SRK about the killings of Indian soldiers by Pakistani forces during a press conference. SRK answered by strongly condemning the killings, but Aaj Tak news channel misrepresented his statement and gave the wrong impression that SRK was supporting Pakistan. That also caused an uproar in social media, with hundreds of thousands of SRK fans bombarding Aaj Tak with demands for a public apology. Aaj Tak finally gave in and issued an apology to SRK and his fans for misrepresenting his statement.

It looks like what SRK wrote in the Outlook magazine was proved right by the strange turn of events!


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ROSANNE's picture

why should SRK apoligize for what anyone else has said???really rajeev pratap rudy??
the politicians are only proving that SRK is right indeed.

  • 2 years ago
  • Francoise's picture

    @Bollywood-Lover
    @ Francoise
    All i said was there is a little bit negativity in the article ,i am sure i am not the only one who feels it I'm just the only one who sticks my neck out & risks saying it.@ Francoise , clearly you don't think before writing ,I also mentioned ,he has 1 billion people besides him
    So not matter what some petty people says ,His fans and well wishers will always stand for him
    ...

    My thinking is before my writing and reflect it. I've read what you had mentioned about the fans and support. My reply wasn't for that at all. Is for him "focusing on the negative mostly" and no you aren't the only one who stick your neck out and said it. Go to the Indian reporters and many ignorant people on twitter and elsewhere...even here in other topics who said the same. And that's not a courageous attitude for your information..It's the same attitude that people used to bash him. I read SRK's the soon it came out, and in another platform I even voiced my opinion that it was intelligent writing and very opinionated yet optimistic one in away...Using examples of mislead corrupted people whether politicians from India who accuse him of unfaithfulness ( and that happened to him personally...the MNIK saga were everywhere even in one of my french channels...showing footages of his house where people outside screaming for him to leave India), and also pointing out the humiliation the Muslims have during their traveling to US...Were tools to suggest how secular and strong minded he is and what he possess as individual Muslim. He mentioned varouues images of his identity as a Muslim. He address them in a very distinctive manner that it evokes the right kind of attire that anyone who has some misconceptions shouldn't make them as their identity. In every country thinkers and individuals pass their opinions about what is considered wrong and should be fixed in his or her country. He was going against the extremist, the over judgmental people...He wasn't drwaing a big picture of what India is...It's a picture what he has being defined. And sadly non of this came across to so called educated liberal media and people. It would be quite redicoules of him to avoids mean tiling some of the "negative" opinions people have about him in being Muslim in such personal writing while we all see it internationally in our channels, and people in India as well. Realism and seclurism are two things which came out from his article...Never being just "focusing on negative".

    Even though I'm not Indian but I feel sad that SRK is now planning to regain from speaking his mind again. I't a big loss for India that her biggest icon at the moment is not in light them and us with some interesting very real and constructive opinions as everything seem fishy to them.

  • 2 years ago
  • kohinoor's picture

    @Bollywood-Lover
    @ Francoise
    All i said was there is a little bit negativity in the article ,i am sure i am not the only one who feels it I'm just the only one who sticks my neck out & risks saying it.@ Francoise , clearly you don't think before writing ,I also mentioned ,he has 1 billion people besides him
    So not matter what some petty people says ,His fans and well wishers will always stand for him

  • 2 years ago
  • Francoise's picture

    Tue, 2013-01-29 10:47 — kohinoor
    New
    I think SRK is focusing on the negative.
    Hey SRK, did ya forget how the entire nation fought for you when the US government detained you at their airport ? They even had to apologize! Now that's the power of having 1 billion people beside you .
    Ya,i agree
    ....

    You clearly don't think. Maybe the language that SRK wrote his intelligent writing is beyond the understanding of many no thinkers. It's a shame such a piece of honest secular writing of a strong individual is being treated as such and simplified as "negative".

  • 2 years ago
  • Bollywood-Lover's picture

    @ kohinoor and others who say SRK is focusing on the negative only, have you read his Outlook article before saying such a thing? I doubt it. This is what the problem is, anyone and everyone will give a comment, but no one has actually read his article. Please first read it to find out all the positives he has written about India, then comment.

    Here is a link to his full Outlook magazine article for anyone who is interested in reading it.

    SRK's Outlook magazine article.

  • 2 years ago
  • kohinoor's picture

    I think SRK is focusing on the negative.
    Hey SRK, did ya forget how the entire nation fought for you when the US government detained you at their airport ? They even had to apologize! Now that's the power of having 1 billion people beside you .
    Ya,i agree

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    God I'm sorry but this man is so annoying! He is always annoying from his airport incidence to his brawls to this. Only in India do they treat a dirtbag scum like him a movie star and true gems of Indian cinema like imran khan or nasueerrdan shah like nothing ! Disgusting !! I'm not fan of salman either but at least salman has turned his image around - he does charity work and seems to keep his opinions to himself . Where as srk and his drama is so annoying.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Indian media sucks big time.

    Love you SRK! You're intelligent and a true gentleman. With you always!

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    I think SRK is focusing on the negative.
    Hey SRK, did ya forget how the entire nation fought for you when the US government detained you at their airport ? They even had to apologize! Now that's the power of having 1 billion people beside you .
    .------------
    is his article about the government, is it about the entire nation? it is about the fight between him as muslim and the POLITICIANS, when were the politicians nice towards him?, why do not you try to understand?

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    why do the idiots here comment before reading his article? how do you speak that he must concentrate on the positive things and the love he gets too?
    can not you get it that his article is about politicians not about the nation itself, what type of positive sayings he must tell about politicians, what type of love they gave to him?
    he filled his mouth with praising india in all the interviews he does overseas and how much he loves his country and so on but here it is not the topic of his article to speak about how much india is beautiful and its people are fantastic and so on, he shows another point of view here and I agree with him about that, like we all do on sites. if you hate him and will tell shit for no reason then shut up and try to be fair for once.
    I respect him now more.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    At 47 Srk is desparate to get some publicity. Nowadays people are only talks about Salman, Ranbir, Hritwik and even Amitabh Bachchan. Nobody is interested in Srk anymore, So he is seeking cheap ways to remain in the public eyes.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    My husband's grandmother was brahmin hindu, his father was born in India after partition, my own ancestors 300 years ago were Hindu, all these traditions are not in conflict with our Muslim faith - knowing all this why do right wing politicians on both sides breed so much hatred between people who share a common history, culture and also language? I have more in common with my Hindu brothers and sisters than I do with Arabs even though with the latter I share the same faith...I know who I am and am proud of my cultural, religious and linguistic heritage. This is all SRK was trying to say.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    while i dont question his patriotism for india wat i dont get it y he needs to talk abt all dis to foreign media.he can do dat in his own country n ppl will stand by him.
    the political leaders he talks abt target every1.they even discriminate against north indians.n gud for him if he wants to raise his voice but next tym he shud talk abt it in india.wud respect n love him more for dat.

  • 2 years ago
  • Bollywood-Lover's picture

    I am astounded to say the least! He is not only continuously trending on Twitter, but all Indian news channels are now running continuous reports and debates on SRK. All this for such an honest opinion piece that has nothing inflammatory or bad in it? I am amazed! At least first read what he has written before commenting. I guess when people say "love him or hate him, but you can't ignore him" and "SRK sells", they are right. Everyone is now getting their 2 minutes of fame by mentioning SRK, including politicians. I am glad that #WeStandBySRK is also trending now worldwide on Twitter.

    By the way, SRK didn't decide one day to go to Outlook and The New York Times and ask them to allow him to write a column. They came to SRK and asked him to write a column.

    @ Miah-freak, DorianGray

    I agree, the Firstpost article on SRK is one of the worst pieces of journalism I have ever seen.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Not that this is a surprise but the ego on this guy - "choose to make me a symbol of all that they think is wrong and unpatriotic about Muslims in India". Talk about Megalomania! And the simple-minded rival fans here will bicker about he is wrong/he is right!

    I do not believe for once that India ever discriminated against SRK for being a Muslim. There were cunning politicians who saw the communal angle and capitalized on that to push forward their own religious agenda and took advantage of a few opportunities - this is what cunning, communal politicians do! You cannot maximize that and apply it to the whole of India. Really, this reminds me of when a few criticized Aishwarya Rai's weight gain and suddenly all I could hear/read was INDIA criticizes Ash's weight gain! Same megalomania at work from Ash's PR team. And we continue to give these people our public space and time.

    This very same "much-maligned" SRK is the RICHEST celeb in India per the latest issue of Forbes. And I also saw another Khan or two in that list. So this "poor, harassed" man, who is so persecuted that he had to give his children "names that could pass for generic (pan-India and pan-religious) ones" and who enunciates his name differently to Muslims and non-Muslims, this poor man lives in a country which allowed him to become the richest, dabbling in money that mere public can only dream of. And yet here he is , crying a river and showing how backward India is. And yet the fans have quickly taken sides and as expected continue to praise him and call his self-absorbed and self-furthering piece a "honest", "informed" and "patriotic" piece. And so it goes...

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Truth is bitter thats why media n our politician react...srk is very rite
    Muslims are facing such dual standards here.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    srk u r great we love u always

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    I think SRK is focusing on the negative.
    Hey SRK, did ya forget how the entire nation fought for you when the US government detained you at their airport ? They even had to apologize! Now that's the power of having 1 billion people beside you .

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    why is SRK playing the muslim card again for sympathy? Salman goes to U.S.A for treatment, no problem for him. Irfaan regularly visits U.S for his Hollywood work, still no complaints, same with Aamir,Saif and tons of others... Don't try to paint yourself as a victim always. Everybody faces discrimination at one point or the other.
    I had worked in Qatar for 6 months and was tired of the bigotry. During the checking, the officials took my Bible and never gave it back. I even complained to the head authorities but they don't even value a non-muslim Arab equal to them let alone listen to any woes of their woes...
    Then they come to our countries and complain of racism and play racist card, always say"Only a small percentage are involved in these activities, most are peaceful....blah blah", but when we visit their countries Secularism has no place in the society. And you already know which 'cult' I am talking about.
    I just hate the double standards. Its like we bend our rules and go "backwards"to accommodate them but they won't even lift their finger for wellbeing of others, even though their cult is with the red hands. Save me the Horror

    PV please publish this,I hope liberalism works both ways, not just listening of complaints by the 'victim' but also explanation given to them by the so called culprits

    P.S He looks like a monkey in the magazine cover pic.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    proud about him

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    DorianGray

    The Venky Vembu article on Firstpost was irresponsible journalism of the most disgusting kind - unresearched, bigoted, and completely lacking in integrity. Entertainment-related journalism in India is a joke. Anybody can say anything without checking the facts (or even their grammar.) SRK wrote an interesting, often humorous piece, with nothing inflammatory in it. One may agree or disagree with his point of view, but there's a sane way of discussing these things. This whole "outrage politics" thing is inhibiting healthy, open discourse.

    And why shouldn't he or anyone talk in an informed, reasoned way about the challenges minorities face in society? It is undeniable that prejudices exist against people of various groups (be they women, LGBTQ individuals, or folks for the Northeast.) Calling these issues sensitive and sweeping them under the rug isn't going to achieve anything. Not talking about the problems in one's country isn't a sign of patriotism; it's a sign of denial.
    ..................................................
    well yeah gud dat he is talking abt the problem.but nxt tym he shud choose d right platform to voice his opinions and not a foreign publication.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Oh please no one "hates" Shahrukh Khan only. Indians hate each others based on caste, skin color, etc so of course Shahrukh Khan is no exception. And, when Indians move out to the West, they become wuss and can't defend themselves against Hispanic/black people when they make fun fun of or discriminate Indians as a whole. They don't judge you just based on your caste system etc, they treat you just Indians, so shut up and get your act together.

  • 2 years ago
  • Pink_villa_Boy's picture

    I STAND BY SRK!

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    i think sharukh should not talk like this........how much FAME he wants:(

  • 2 years ago
  • DorianGray's picture

    The Venky Vembu article on Firstpost was irresponsible journalism of the most disgusting kind - unresearched, bigoted, and completely lacking in integrity. Entertainment-related journalism in India is a joke. Anybody can say anything without checking the facts (or even their grammar.) SRK wrote an interesting, often humorous piece, with nothing inflammatory in it. One may agree or disagree with his point of view, but there's a sane way of discussing these things. This whole "outrage politics" thing is inhibiting healthy, open discourse.

    And why shouldn't he or anyone talk in an informed, reasoned way about the challenges minorities face in society? It is undeniable that prejudices exist against people of various groups (be they women, LGBTQ individuals, or folks for the Northeast.) Calling these issues sensitive and sweeping them under the rug isn't going to achieve anything. Not talking about the problems in one's country isn't a sign of patriotism; it's a sign of denial.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Tue, 2013-01-29 03:59 — Miah-freak

    nd yes what was that bloody CRAP article written by mr venky on firstpost ? who is he to comment on srk ? who is he to say srk is not talented nd got more ? bloody jealous ppl !GROSS !! You ppl talk about humanity nd say "a unfaithful dog named KHAN" Seriously ? they should aplogize the whole nation for writing such nasty comments on SRK !

    he is pride of our nation nd #i stand by SRK
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------->>>>>>

    YES YES YES ! completely agreed wid you...he should apologize for every single word he wrote against SRK !

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    there is a price for being a superstar.salman khan for years has been known as a black buck killer.many wudnt even know wat a black buck is n wudnt have cared a dime.but they do care wen it is supposedly killed by a salman khan n sympathise wid all d black bucks in d world.
    so yes he is no exception.but well he shud be thankful for all dat he has and shudnt delve into negativity all d tym.be a man srk.

  • 2 years ago
  • salwa kailani's picture

    GOD BLESS N ALWAYS GUIDE U SHARUKH

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    well he has d right to say watever he wants to but he is in a very powerful n influential position.if he says he has been discriminated in his country for his religion to a foreign magazine uproar will be created.if u have a family problem u dont go telling d whole world abt it.
    i dont question his love for his country but he needs to stop playing d victim all d tym.he wasnt d only one who was treated differently in american airport after 9/11.he is a huge superstar n yes ppl will bash him for a lot of things.but he is also one of the loved stars in dis country.count ur blessings coz these thngs come wid a price.n the bigger u get the bigger the bashing.so either he shud learn to take it like a man n stop whining to foreign publications or just quit his job and enjoy life.
    and the politicians abt whom he is talking have not singled him out.they do it to all.
    but he unconsciously has painted india as a unsecular country where muslims are discriminated which is ironic since bwoods top 3 superstars are khans and he is loved by so many regardless of religion.he is an entertainer to us n not a muslim hindu.
    his words are powerful n shud be used wid some restraint.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Srk was talking abt a few politicians and the media showed as if he talked against India! Another case of irresponsible media!

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    SRK is an arrogant insecure person , who ends up making such statements and bite his on tongue.

  • 2 years ago
  • Miah-freak's picture

    nd yes what was that bloody CRAP article written by mr venky on firstpost ? who is he to comment on srk ? who is he to say srk is not talented nd got more ? bloody jealous ppl !GROSS !! You ppl talk about humanity nd say "a unfaithful dog named KHAN" Seriously ? they should aplogize the whole nation for writing such nasty comments on SRK !

    he is pride of our nation nd #i stand by SRK

  • 2 years ago
  • Miah-freak's picture

    @bollywood lover...completely agreed ! y only srk is attacked all the time ? nd what's the big deal if he shared his opinions ! nd YES he is always targeted by politicians nd media ! everytime ! from the making of my name is khan till now ! wht's the big deal if he wants to create PEACE among two countries ? he has through a lot these years ! let him leave peacefully ! please for god sake !

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    he is so cute for politics but he has the right to share his opinions about our crap politicians, no ne can stop any indian from that.

  • 2 years ago
  • Pink_villa_Boy's picture

    All i can say is that's unfortunate that SRK has to go through all this! & i AGREE with — Bollywood-Lover People should just leave him now! He has been through a lot!

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    he has all the right to express hatred against politicians policy but the restriction which is exposed on our magazines prevent me from that, we all hate these politicians. if he has the ability to do in national or global magazines then why not, we all hope to do that.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    srk always yapping he needs to stfu and leave religion out of his mouth.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    he also showed this article in national magazine, our magazines are filled with such articles against politicians, not against our lovely country as our lovely people hate the politicians and he is normal citizen and very brave too, deserves all respect. he did not do more than what we ourselves do against politicians policy but the only difference is that he is popular actor.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    personally I never knew that SRK is so popular, I mean:
    our news papers are filled with articles about attacking racist politicians, and SRK is indian after all, he is citizen and very effective educated citizen too, he is not negative and participates in elections and the country matters, he wrote an article where he also showed his anger about politicians racist policy, not article about the nation at all, but he the diverse showed his love for the nation and its people, he just shows the politicians dectatorship and all indians hate politicians, he is not the first one but just when he says it, it turns into war, he is so popular man really.
    all what I can get from his haters is crap comments like SRK must concentrate on his movies, he tries to catch publicity since his movies are flop. these guys are really big idiots, they hate the man for no reason and can not understand the sensetivity of the matter, they want to know why SRK is the one and only who is attacked so, ok he is the only brave muslim actor here who participated in policy and always his talks show sayings about the relation between religion and policy, he is the oly indian muslim actor who had the guts to speak about islam in CNN and inernational TV and his popularity and culture attracted many outsiders to understand his point of view about religion, aamir and salman and saif and these ones choose safety and excluded themselves from such talks
    and he does not lie, he is fought, remember the wars against him since my name is khan from racist parties like shiv cina and destroying the cinemas showing his movies and accusing him of being spy and cheater for his country insulting indian flag by carrying it in false way without intention, very obvious that him especially is fought so.
    also why do you ask him not to speak about politics, if we ourselves as indians do that on sites so why not him, he is indian and he has rights like all of us and what about the claims of his movies to flop and his last movie was one of the biggest blockbusters overseas and super hit movie in india, 121 crores is not flop movie for sure. I am sure you will come with such comments again, you do not understand any thing. overall, he is muslim and indian and loves his country and religion at the same time and wants to show point to the world that islam is peaceful religion, and here he directs his words for politicians who we all hate not for indians at all. he showed his anger about hafiz invitation also as not every indian attacking politicians means that he does not feel happy in his india, I attack them but I am not in mood to have invitation from some one exploiting the situation and asking me to leave my country and live in another one as i love my country
    pinkvilla post please I took so much time writing that, I know you are fair so please post.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    What is the harm if srk told the truth ? He has been always targeted by media nd politicians..u ppl r so sick !!

  • 2 years ago
  • an_user's picture

    I read the article and he said nothing against India. Either ppl want to get 1 min of fame by writhing against him or they don't understand the English language.
    Many people all across the world know India cuz of him, and its shame that indians don't respect a man who has brought glory to India. And why this Hindu vs Muslim thing?

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    This is a very well written piece by SRK. So eloquent and articulate with a dash of dry humor. I saw some channel saying SRK feels 'insecure' in India. Are they illiterate? He never mentioned anything like that.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Publicity hungry SRK..... after 20 yrs of fame, he still knows what to talk so that he can stay in news. How cheap.
    I agree with all that he said....but he shouldn't have mentioned about it as religion is a very sensitive issue in India, specially when celebs talk about it.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    SRK tries to show off a lot.
    Many people face many issues in day to day life, including celebrities...but no one makes as much noise as SRK. He should be thankful for all that he got in life so far, instead of cribbing about his difficulties.

  • 2 years ago
  • Anonymous's picture

    Glorified MALE VERSION RAKHI SAWANT

  • 2 years ago
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