Be it the meat ban or black ink thrown on Sudheendra Kulkarni , journalist Rajdeep Sardesai has a knack for writing the quirkiest of open letters.

Although, in a recent Tweet fight with Anupam Kher he said, " Will tweet much less now, " he obviously didn't promise anything about posting on Facebook right? Since Facebook allows users to express one's concern in more than 140 characters, Rajdeep Sardesai was able to exemplify India's standard. Culturally, ethically and politically, he rhetorically asked Yeh Kahan aa Gaye Hum by citing the Dadri lynching, meat ban, disrespect shown to Sudheendra Kulkarni, Naseeruddin Shah being branded as anti national, and how Prime Minister Narendra Modi quickly responses when a celebrity is hospitalised but remains silent when a common man is killed for consuming beef.

My song for the night was Yeh Kahan aa Gaye hum: a classic from Silsila. It typifies my mood: I truly feel a growing...

Posted by Rajdeep Sardesai on Wednesday, October 14, 2015

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