Yes, Shilpa Shetty, the international face of Bollywood, feels that the lone surviving terrorist behind the 26/11 should be interviewed on TV.
Last week Shilpa launched her blog, which she calls The Shilpa Channel. It seems that this babe has hopes of launching her own channel some day, and is always busy practicing the name. You do remember her mouthing “Shilpa Channel” at least 5 times every Friday in the second season of Bigg Boss, don’t you?
So in the very first post on her blog, Shilpa writes about the 26/11 and how it has affected everyone. She feels that terrorism should not be mixed with religion. In her own words, “While the needle points at Pakistan with the terrorist Kasab’s confessions, they seem to be in denial. It would be in their interest and ours to collectively try and weed out this evil with the world support. Maybe Kasab should be interviewed on TV in the presence of representatives of all countries so that the world can see how serious this situation is…
“Terror has no religion” and there is no point getting into blame games. People from all religions and countries, whether they were Hindus, Muslims or Christians, British, Americans etc, were all affected simultaneously. Hence it’s important that we should join hands to fight against terrorism be it India, Pakistan, USA, UK, Israel and the rest of the world.”
Apart from the terror strike, Shilpa has doesn’t really have much to talk about. She does mention having had an accident. But there is little else. Perhaps it would be a good idea to start writing your fitness tips on the blog, Shilpa? That will surely bring unseen traffic to your blog. After all, who wouldn’t want to know the secret of that killer figure?
After Amitabh Bachchan and Aamir Khan, many Bollywood names were heard of in the blogosphere. But none of them has managed to draw as much attention as these two did. Will Shilpa be the first “extremely popular” Bollywood babe in blogosphere? That remains to be seen. For now, you can check out Shilpa’s Channel at http://www.shilpashettylive.com/blog/