Tuesday, May 17, 2011

[ZESTCaste] Jai Bheem! Saif pleases Dalit community by turning into pro reservation


Jai Bheem! Saif pleases Dalit community by turning into pro reservation
Source: Esha Razdan | Last Updated 22:19(16/05/11)

Saif Ali Khan claims a transformation over his take on Mandal
Commission. Initially anti, Chote Nawab has now turned pro
reservation. However, an overnight change in the perception clearly
hints at Saif pleasing the Dalits. The community had recently raised
voice against him portraying a Dalit in 'Aarakshan' despite being from
an elite class.

"Honestly, 'Aarakshan' has changed my perception about the entire
issue. Earlier, I would think in terms level of merit and so against
reservation. But, now I really feel that unprivileged should be
benefitted from such methods. Anyway, what happens in India doesn't
happen anywhere. So, there is nothing wrong if needy can be uplifted
from these methods," says Saif.

Saif also had a take on Indian political system and says, "I can't
bare politics. Although, I'm well-versed with the current political
scenario but I don't take it seriously."

Well, can't say about Indian politics but the one related to Dalits
and your movie clearly shows that you are playing your cards really


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