Like our life is a film and we are the actors, the life of Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi has also been theatrical ever since the time he launched his anti-corruption campaign. His tiny move has always captured attention from millions, be it his protest against corruption in support with socialist Anna Hazare or even his entry into politics.
A superficial glance at his limelight life will bring forth a mysterious resemblance between his typical political moves and actions. Here is a look of how he resembles some of our famous films with a streak to clean the system.
The rise to power of Kejriwal is no less than a Bollywood film that borrows many concepts from numerous films. For an instance, as soon as he magnificently debuted in the Delhi Assembly elections, posters of Nayak’s Anil Kapoor with Kejriwal were displayed everywhere depicting the new ‘nayak’.
Similar like Anil Kapoor in Nayak, Kejriwal also pointed out all the shortcomings in the government system. After Kejriwal formed the Aam Aadmi Party and fought the elections, most of the people were reminded of the one-day chief minister Anil Kapoor in the film.
The underdog’s story:
Soon after the Delhi assembly results were declared, director Madhur Bhandarkar tweeted that just like a Bollywood underdog film with no noted star cast but an interesting trailer, AAP has given a super-duper hit! You never know in politics too just like films.
Deny special status:
In Bulandi of 2000, Rajnikant play a role of law-abiding human who gives justice to everyone in the village. Unlike most of the political leaders, Kejriwal does not differentiate between his family and the public and treats everyone equally. He even punished his son Ditto Kejriwal.
A day before taking the oath, he tweeted that most of the people have been asking him for passes to attend the ceremony. He said that no passes are required, everyone is most welcomed.
Political Robin Hood:
Kejriwal also does not do any wrong just like Chulbul Pandey of Dabangg film. He stands for the poor.