MUSLIMS ARE PROUD COCKS AMONG THE HINDU HENS IN BAHRAT BUT THE WORLD SEES A SPADE AS A SPADE.
So when Kamal Hasan wished to leave Toronto, they threw him in the cell.
The INDIANS should have thrown out every Mohammedan after Partition BUT THEY DIDN'T. The Indians are "crows, dogs and jackals" when it comes to PATRIOTISM and Sri RAM TEMPLE IN AYODHYA.
Thank God the rest of the world is not such a cuckoo. That is why the Hindu NRI is safer in the USA and the UK than he is in SOUTH KASHMIR or EAST Bengal.
Now this news item below, which shows that the people at airports in the West are NOT taking any chances with the security of passengers and planes in the skies.
To them the rule is, "EVERY MOHAMMEDAN since Sep 11, IS A SUSPECT UNLESS HE PROVES OTHERWISE."
When the rule changes, the Hindu and Sikh NRIs will have to FLEE their homes in the West, too.
.............What it means to be Kamal Haasan
.....................Subhash K Jha
On Saturday [April 27] evening, veteran artiste Kamal Haasan was prevented from boarding a flight from Toronto, Canada to Los Angeles, USA.
The reason? He was suspected of being a terrorist.
"You can't have a name like Kamal Haasan, which sounds very Islamic, and hope to be left in peace in the American subcontinent," said Haasan, over the phone from Toronto, on Monday night.
Haasan, who was in Toronto shooting for his latest comedy in Tamil, Panchatantram replayed the humiliating incident at Toronto airport. "It started quite comically, actually. The customs authorities asked me what I was doing in that part of the world. I told them I was shooting for a film. They then asked me who my producer was. I told them my producer's name.
"They asked me why I was flying to Los Angeles. I told them I was going for prosthetic makeup. Evidently, they did not know what that was. I explained I needed to assume a particular look for the character I was playing for my next film [for director Priyadarshan].
"Then they wanted to know who was paying my airtravel bills. I pleaded ignorance about the nitty-gritties of my travel expenses. They said I needed to have all these details handy for customs purposes. I assured them my papers were in order. But one of the officers led me inside almost as though I was one of the bad guys in Rambo," Haasan laughs drily.
He adds, "I requested them to let me make a call to my producer who was supposed to fly out from Toronto the same night back to India. The authorities refused pointblank, saying cell phones weren't allowed. They made me wait half an hour and then interrogated me again.
"This time I was grilled like a terrorist. 'Are you going for shooting to LA?' I said I was going to finalise my makeup.
'Then why did you tell us you were going for shooting?' I told them I never said that. What I said was I had finished shooting in Toronto and was now going to LA for makeup. 'You mean to say you do makeup in LA and shoot in India?' I explained that special makeup was being designed for a film. 'So you work in the US. Do you have a work permit?' Then then wanted to know why I was in Las Vegas before Toronto. I patiently explained that I was there for a convention of National Association Of Broadcasters."
"They suddenly said I could leave. When I looked at my ticket, it said Refused. I asked them if this meant I could board my flight to LA. They said, 'No, you can't'."
Stranded in Toronto on a Sunday, Haasan then woke up his friends at the American embassy. He recalls, "I didn't know what hit me. The customs guys said I wasn't polite. That was a lie. I didn't once throw my weight around. I didn't lose my dignity. If the immigration authorities expected me to grovel, I would rather not travel. I was upset because people were waiting for me in LA."
Kamal Haasan isn't the first Indian showbiz personality to be harassed. Earlier, Aamir Khan was interrogated for an hour and even strip-searched at Chicago .
"His name is Aamir Khan and mine is Kamal Haasan," he states. "We can't get away with Islamic names like these thanks to September 11 and Osama bin Laden. And if there's a beard to go with the name like mine, there's nothing like it."