New Delhi. The DU student, who was booked today for allegedly shooting video of a 25-year-old M.Sc student in girls’ toilet, has been given anticipatory bail after veteran filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt applied for and paid the bail amount.
The seasoned director has further offered him to become a director in a film for his production house.
“He should get a chance to reform himself,” said the Bollywood’s very own in-house judge, “The society will scoff at him and will push him towards committing more crimes. The better solution is to bring him to Bollywood where he can pursue his passion for shooting videos.”
“Look this guy has a thing for filming young and beautiful women without clothes. So why not make this his profession? This way he can continue to pursue his hobby legally and earn a living and lead a respectable life as well,” added the director who made a name for himself by starting from scratch.
Mr. Bhatt insisted that he had watched the MMS several times and he was sure that there was talent in the boy. He clarified that his interest in watching the MMS was only to find any qualities in the boy, like he had found qualities in Sunny Leone by watching her video clips.
“The Bigg Boss clips,” the writer of Jism-2 quickly added.
The accused DU student is ecstatic at this development and has given himself a clean chit by claiming that his intentions were pure though the means he adopted might appear questionable.
“I was shooting to make a documentary that highlights the shabby conditions of toilets in DU. After Narendra Modi said ‘toilets before temples’, I was sure my documentary will be widely debated. I chose a girls’ toilet to enrich the message of my movie,” claimed the boy, now part of the Mahesh Bhatt camp.
“I don’t know from where that girl came in and started changing her clothes there while I was filming,” he told Faking News.
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