An Open Letter to Kiku Sharda [After His Performance] - Brutally Honest

This letter was written after Kiku Sharda's performance at Jashan E Umeed [Zee TV], before his arrest. This was written by someone b...

This letter was written after Kiku Sharda's performance at Jashan E Umeed [Zee TV], before his arrest. This was written by someone before Kiku apologized.

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Hello Kiku,

You have been a great artist always and you totally storm the frame with your energetic performance. Be it FIR or CNWK, we always liked your presence on our Buddhu-Baksa. I don’t know why, but I always counted you in the lines of our own Pankaj Kapoor ji. It might sound weird, but it’s true that you do the act and we live it. Maybe, because every Indian craves to see his own story on screen. So we find ourselves in the acts done by you, we relate everything that we see on screen, with our own life. Call it our emotional bonding with TV & cinema or a habitual hysteria, we assume the great actors like Irrfan Khan, Vinay Pathak, Pankaj Kapoor and Navajjudin as our neighbors. I would say, every Indian is a born artist who plays their role in a nation that is flooded by thousands of problems. Actors? Yes, we are. We are great talkers, orators, actors and thinkers, but not much of doers. The number of hours we spent messing about each other’s opinion could be spent on much more productive activities. But, as always, we are the generation of “dudes” and “gals” who will sneer at our darker skinned friend, refuse to sit beside a Muslim guy, undress every woman with our eyes, get an engineering degree, get a luxury job, frown upon every other person with a lower salary as if they were your servant, and when everything is settled, switch on the AC of our SUV and tweet about our filthy roads; and this is all we can do. And when we are busy dealing with all that, you people inject a dose of happiness in our lives with your comedy. Thanks for that!

I being the descendant of greats like Aryabhata, Chanakya, Vidur and likes should have been more rational. We Indians do yell a lot at problems in our society, but when it calls for action we simply do nothing. And more ironically, we thanklessly refuse to praise and recognize those who walk the talk. I recall Dr Kalam’s open letter to Indian media. He writes, “Why are we in India so embarrassed to recognize our own strengths, our achievements? We are such a great nation. We have so many amazing success stories but we refuse to acknowledge them.” How bitter truth this is, that media has enough space in their papers and enough time-slots on their channels to flaunt disgraceful and obscene content, but has no words for heroic sagas!
Look at some of the great success stories in modern India- Chipko Movement, Pulse Polio vaccination, rainwater harvesting programme in Rajasthan all of them were the result of community effort, it was the effort of the ordinary people, who stood shoulder to shoulder with each other, worked for the common cause. And it was the unity and a broadminded vision that made the difference. But look at the painful side of the story that the media refuses to acknowledge all that and rather than admiring them it makes fun of those good Samaritans who are trying hard to make this world a better place. Dera Sacha Sauda is an open book, and everyone is welcome here. Visit us sometime, I assure you that you will be given the same respect what a good artist deserves. But why you people try to judge (read mis-judge) the Dera’s humanitarian agency on the basis of some fanciful theories. Why? Is it because they are endeavoring 115 programmes of social welfare? It is worth mentioning here that these good Samaritans, who risk their lives for the cause of humanity, have even signed affidavits that make them liable for the risks of humanitarian missions. Not just this, even the fountainhead of their inspirations, Guruji himself has been attacked by terrorists for being pro-national. There is irrevocable evidence that Af-Pak based terror formations have been involved in terror attacks against the Dera Sacha Sauda using RDX. Scores of terrorists have been caught with RDX and AK-47’s, intending to use the stuff against Guruji. The question is can someone who is bad, do so much good, risking his own life? Not at all.. A broadminded vision is the need of hour. We loved you as Constable Gulgule, we liked you as Palak, but how can you expect us to accept this vile act done by you? We do not hate you. Right! We do not hate anyone. Because we are upskilled to love the mankind, to share their pain and to make them smile.

“Sant Naa Chhode Santai, Chahe Kotin Mile Asant”
Basic soul searching is certainly required. Those who fail to side by the truth are consumed by the forces of untruth that they unleash. By spreading needless negativity, you people are making society vulnerable, as it is helping society choose negativity over good sense. Happy New Year brother. May God bless you. And personally I expect you to be more honest as an artist in 2016. Make fun, but don’t try to be a self-styled judge. Rather than making armchair opinions and hurting someone’s sentiments, learn to research about what you are going to do. Please don’t try to fool the society by spreading negativity mindlessly. You don’t have powers to shade Sun of Truth for long. It’s going to shine brighter than ever.

With much love,
Brutally Honest



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Youth Voice: An Open Letter to Kiku Sharda [After His Performance] - Brutally Honest
An Open Letter to Kiku Sharda [After His Performance] - Brutally Honest
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