Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Nargis and Uday bond at Yash Chopra’s house

The Times of India has published this story on its website the day after the funeral of Uday Chopra's father - Yash Chopra. Have a read here: . Along with the story, they have also published a photograph which I am attaching to my blog post as well.

Yash Chopra would have really died again if he would have read this story!!. Such insensitivity shown by the newspaper and the photographer (from behind the bushes!!!) towards friends who have come to console a person who has lost his father.

Indeed, journalism takes a new low with this news item.

Sidharth Mehta
Dubai, UAE
Key Tags: Pathetic Journalism, Times of India, TOI, Uday Chopra and Nargis Fakhri, Hrithik Roshan, Yash Chopra, The Great Indian Nightmare, WTF!, Sid Mehta, Siddharth Mehta, Sidharth Mehta Dubai, Infinity Business School, Incredible India

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