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Thread: Shah RuKh’s a little too late
09-18-2011, 06:34 PM #1
Shah RuKh’s a little too lateJuhi Chawla feels her brother Bobby, who has been in a coma for over one year, deserved more attention from the actor
Juhi Chawla’s brother Bobby has been in a state of coma for over a year now. Slowly coming to terms with her brother’s critical condition, Juhi Chawla however couldn’t help lashing out at Shah Rukh Khan who recently dedicated the music of his upcoming film RA.One to Bobby. Feeling betrayed on her brother’s behalf, the actress said, “It saddens me that the acknowledgement comes so late in the day.” Bobby as the CEO of Shah Rukh Khan’s company Red Chillies entertainment has never been given due credit, feels the saddened sister.
Juhi Chawla, who had always been a close friend to the King Khan had recently in an interview revealed how Shah Rukh did not have time for his old friends anymore.
Added to that, the grief of her brother not getting his due in the organisation owned by one of her closest buddies forced the otherwise quiet actress to react. Juhi had so far kept her grief and resentment about the lack of acknowledgement of Bobby’s contribution to building Shah Rukh Khan’s company.
At the music launch event, Shah Rukh declared, “I want to dedicate this album (RA.One) to Yash Joharji and Bobby. When we started our company Red Chillies Entertainment, the one who helped me start it was Bobby....”
Juhi, who wasn’t sure how she felt about SRK’s public acknowledgement of her brother’s contribution, finally decided to speak out her mind.
“I’ve mixed feelings about Shah Rukh’s statement at the RA.One music release. Bobby was very much involved in the recordings of the Akon number in the film. And then he met with the mishap,” said Juhi.
“I am happy that Shah Rukh remembers Bobby and acknowledges his contribution to Red Chillies. But it saddens me that this acknowledgement comes so late in the day,” added the actress.
Bobby, who has been in a state of coma for over a year now apparently gets few visitors from the industry. And fewer still from Red Chillies Entertainment.
Trying to keep her emotions in check, Juhi added, “Why do we wait for tragedy to strike to tell someone how special they are, or how special they were?”
The actress probably wanted to gently remind her friend to acknowledge those who really matter before it’s too late.