He's also ridiculously popular cause of one of his (relatively) recent movies in which he played a mob guy supposedly being inspired by Gandhi and applying his principles to todays problems. Non-violence kind of things. Good movie.
Authorities later found and illegal assault weapon in his posession. And was tried among a bunch of terrorists.
For some reason, this made me think of this Onion article.
It's actually even worse in India than you think. If you're a wealthy criminal, you run for office so you can avoid prosecution.
so environmentalists are more powerful than homeless advocates? more powerful than religious zealots decrying the sexualization of culture?
A point of clarification: The people he hit weren't "homeless" in the sense we Americans understand the word. They are what are known in India as "pavement dwellers". They live right there, on the edge of the road, probably in a hut made of plastic, wood, and cardboard. Millions of people live this way in Indian cities.
What is poaching? Killing whales? I'm confused.
Actually, arandomdude - that was not Salman. Its another "Star" - Sanjay Dutt. And regarding the topic here, I have always wondered - whatever happened to his hit & run case.
You are absolutely right - "Wherever you go, the rules of the power game are the same"
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