The Indian film fraternity is yet to come out of the shock created by the recent terror attacks in Mumbai. The feeling of insecurity must be even more amongst the people in the film industry, as the city is home to Bollywood. Film personalities like Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir Khan, Shahrukh Khan, Karan Johar and scores of others had earlier expressed their anger on the barbaric act. Now, the outspoken film director Farah Khan has poured out her anger in the open.
Farah, the woman behind films like Main Hoon Naa and Om Shanti Om, said that she was shocked and felt helpless when the incident first broke out. She added that she is still very angry. However, she now wants to channelise this anger into something constructive that would help fight terrorism.
The director said that the incident has changed her whole outlook. She is not in the mood to blame the politicians. She thinks the people are equally responsible because they elect their leaders. She revealed that she has opened a crisis centre and an emergency cell to address such crisis in the future.
Let's hope Farah's view help the general public in selecting responsible people to rule the country!