The immense essayist William Shakespeare once said, “What’s in a name?”. Well… ask Neeraj Pandey. The last couple of days saw the name of ‘Neeraj Pandey’ drifting. In Bollywood, the name of ‘Neeraj Pandey’ is synonymous as the very man who gave us blockbuster movies like Baby, Special 26, A Wednesday and so forth.
Be that as it may, when a specific news of Neeraj Pandey tossed out of the theaters for not standing up on the national song of devotion had showed up in one of the distributions, it stunned the whole tinsel town clique. Everybody got a breather when reality at long last surfaced. It so happened was that there was a ‘typical man’ (a 26 year old hailing from Kandivili) who had the same name as ‘Neeraj Pandey’ and it was him who was tossed out of a rural theater for not standing up amid the national song of devotion.
A representative from the “genuine” Neeraj Pandey’s generation house Friday Filmworks illuminated, “The anecdote about Neeraj Pandey, the Baby chief, being tossed out of the theaters for not standing up on the national song of devotion has ended up being false. Obviously, the individual who was tossed out and taken by the police is an inhabitant of Kandivali and offers the same name as the chief. The columnist who secured the story did not try to cross check it with the executive and recorded the story without Neeraj Pandey’s (the chief) assent.”