Does being any kind of celebrity or public figure entitle a person to think that he lives in a world apart, where common courtesy, decency and humility no longer exist?
My friend Kiran of Karmic Kids put up a most distressing post today. Her young son had a very narrow escape from being run over by a person with no road sense whatsoever, who also happens to be a television actor. Thank your stars, Gaurav Chopra, that nothing happened to that child.
However big or small or famous or commonplace a person is, he is arrogant beyond belief if he thinks that only he has the right of way, and that only his time is precious.
Nothing, Mr.Chopra, nothing is more precious than a human life.
Building compounds are not motorways.
Yelling at the mother to take better care of her child and threatening to run over the child the next time- where did you learn all this, Mr. Chopra?
Apologising only when confronted by the child's well built father smacks of cowardice.
I had no opinion about you before this, but now for me your name will forever be associated with arrogance and cowardice.
Learn some manners and some road sense before it's too late.