It’s a shame which happened to a girl in Pakistan. She had gone to visit Minar i Pakistan on Independence Day on 14th August. The barbaric way her clothes were torn, and ripped off, one can’t imagine in this day, or time. There was not a single decent soul there to stop the spectacle.
There was a young boy in the video you could see who was as much part of the crowd, taking unholy glee in tearing clothes off the girl’s body. The police was unreachable. I wonder why the guards there didn’t stop all those mad people?
What happened to the poor girl was horrific. Those men there should be exemplary punished. As usual people are piling the blame on the victim that she was a Tic Tocker who made cheap videos. Whatever she did, or was doing she didn’t deserve what happened to her at the hands of those fiends.
Last month when I was visiting my daughter, and her family I saw a movie. Son in law FJ is addictive to movies. He is a movie buff. He has a good choice of selecting which movies to watch. I think I see more movies in a month when I am at FJ’s home than rest of the year.
The movie we watched was Get Out. It was a mystery thriller. It was chilling, horrifying, and it seemed so real. I was praying like mad for the young man who goes through terrifying circumstances. One couldn’t believe his girlfriend, and her parents, brother could be so evil.
The hero is induced into a trance. He is unable to move, and get out of the trance. I don’t want to give away the story. If you have time, and enjoy thrillers, do watch it. You won’t be disappointed.
If you are weak hearted like me, then don’t. I aged a hundred years with worry and anxiety in a span of an hour, and a half. I couldn’t leave without knowing whether the main character would survive. In terrifying scenes, I retreated to the kitchen in moments of stress, and took refuge in eating icecream.
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