Bollywood actors are appreciated and praised not just in reel life but also in real life. They are an inspiration to many and hold a lot of credibility amongst the masses especially the kids who look up to them. No wonder, when you ask these kids who is their hero, chances are they will take the name of these Bollywood actors rather than any other person from other fields. Yes, that’s the impact of these stars. But are they worth the attention? Do they really deserve to be somebody’s “Hero?”
Let’s analyze why some of the biggest names in the tinsel town whom people look as their role model can never be real life heroes:
Because though they might be Superhero in Reel Life, In Reality, they are Insensitive
Hrithik Roshan is one such hero who is loved by all. No wonder, he is India’s first superhero who saves everybody in reel life as a superhero in the Krrish series. However, in reality, he is insensitive. Off late, he has been making insensitive comments and remarks on Kangana Ranaut, his secret ex-lover. Worse, he has quoted her to be suffering from some mental illness with symptoms which is not at all related to the illness, hurting the sentiments of people suffering from the same disease. He has been slammed by a lot of open letters.
On-Screen Protectors, Off-Screen Murderers
We all know what a darling Salman Khan is on-screen. Off screen too he started doing charity post he was advised to do that to gain sympathy on humanitarian grounds to save his a@@ from the charges of murder in the infamous hit and run case. Besides, we all know he didn’t even spare the rare species, Black Buck while shooting for Sooraj Barjatya’s Hum Saath Saath Hain.
They are Hypocrites
A real life hero will never be a hypocrite but these Bollywood stars are. Let’s take the example of Aamir Khan. He makes a film like Delhi Belly than condemns AIB Roast. Is an ambassador of Incredible India, cries about issues on National TV, acts in films talking about “unity in diversity”, yet makes a statement on how Intolerant India has become off late.
Some Weird Ones Are Also Rapists
Yes, a creep like Shiney Ahuja also raped his domestic help.
They Do Anti-National Activities like Helping Mafias and Terrorists
In reel life, he is Munna Bhai the one who gives jaadu ki jhappi to everybody and solve their issues by following the principles of Gandhiji and non-violence but in reality he helps terrorists in executing anti-national activities. Well, we know Sanju Baba has completed his jail term and is a changed man now but the fact remains unchanged – what a liability he was, not only to his family but to the entire nation.
These Actors Can Misuse Religion for Their Selfish Gains
When Dharmendra wanted to marry Hema Malini, and his wife was not ready to give him divorce, the actor changed his religion to Islam so that he can marry Hema Malini. Next, he calls himself a proud Punjabi. How convenient!
Bollywood Actors Have Been Abusive and Violent
Remember Sanjay Khan, the father of Sussane Khan (Hrithik Roshan’s ex-wife) prominently known as the TV Tipu Sultan? Well, he not only abused his lover Zeenat Aman but also bashed her badly, so much that, the model turned actress got a permanent scar on her face.
Some are Even Charged with Abetting Suicide
Sooraj Pancholi if you remember has been charged with abetting the suicide of his actress girlfriend Jiah Khan.
Because these Bollywood Actors are Neither Honest, Loyal Nor Faithful
While a real life hero has values, most of the reel life hero are valueless. Interestingly, these so-called Heroes are not even loyal and faithful to their partners. Though we always adored and appreciated Ajay Devgn’s commitment towards Kajol, it came as a shock when his relationship with Kangana Ranaut came out in the open.
And Lastly, Because They Simply Misuse Their Power and Status
Saif Ali Khan, a Bollywood actor has done it all – assaulted a photographer while filming at Patiala Railway station, fought with a fellow customer in the Taj, fracturing his nose and is suspected to have done a Hawala transaction in order to buy a high-end car.
By: Deepti Verma