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By Vickey Lalwani ©2004 Bollyvista.com
We wonder how no film journalist has pointed it out so far, but when we saw the Sansui awards last night on television (recorded version of course), Shah Rukh Khan's jealousy against Hrithik Roshan hogging the limelight this year for 'Koi Mil Gaya' was as clear as a crystal.
Consider these lines:
Karan Johar: What are your chances for the Best Actor Award tonight?
Shah Rukh: I can fight humans, not aliens.
And when he got the Best Actor Award- Jury for a very ordinary performance in his friend Karan Johar's 'Kal Ho Naa Ho', he screamed, "This award indicates that the aliens are coming."
Even if these lines were scripted for stage, SRK's facial expressions gave it away whatever he was feeling within. SRK should learn to be a sport. Every day is not Sunday. Doesn't he understand this simple age-old saying?
Importantly, it's high time that film journos stop doing PR exercises and stand up to support what is right and shun what is wrong.
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