I would not say hard words like Ravi, but would surely provide my point of view on the same. I was part of this sabha" (assembly) of so called learned people, which took place in a 5 star hotel of the very city, which was given by the emperor of Kuru dynasty (Dhritrashtra) to the Guru Dronacharya some 5500 years ago.. This incident was a turning point in my life and inspired me to bring a conclusive end to such acts in the name of entertainment. I have included this incident in my book titled "Code of Citizen's Conduct (Rashtradharma)" to provide a constructive criticism of this episode.. Here we go:
Excerpts from my book "Code of Citizen's Conduct (Rashtradharma)" .. www.definedvalues.org
"I have seen the “cultural” programs in corporate environment, which had everything “uncultured”, in the name of entertainment. I have been witness to a skit where the characters of Mahabharata were defamed to an extent that Krishna was called as prankster; Draupadi (wife of emperor Yudhishthir of the times of Mahabharata) was stripped through verbal cues, Pandavas (brothers of Arjuna) called as chair-keepers in marriage ceremony; all just for the sake of “entertainment”. I was ashamed to be part of that “sabha” (assembly) of learned people where the icons of high wisdom of Bharat (India) were ridiculed in the same city which was gifted by them to their Guru during the times of Mahabharata. That day it reinforced my will to do something for this sacred country and request the God to stop the decline of values to those dangerous levels from where it would become difficult to bring it back by anyone. "
So, Mr Gaurav, while it is easy to get provoked by pk type movies, it is difficult to walk the talk and reflect the same in your own actions. In my opinion, you did a more defamatory act against Hinduism than Mr. Hirani or Amir Khan and hence you should stop saying anything in defence of Hinduism on social media. It is time for introspection and publicly apologizing for what you did in that townhall party. Are you ready?