How could they be our hero?

Movie Baahubali 2: The Conclusion crossed 1000 crore rupee(154.8 million Dollar) mark. First in the history of Indian Cinema. And star Prabhash became superstar. Being an Indian I am happy too, a moment to cheer about.

I saw somewhere on the Facebook, “My Dad is my Baahubali”. A proud daughter made above post.

Indian Premier league is going on, Royal Challenger Bangalore is in the bottom of the table.

Another post, “Kohli you are a warrior, you are the true son of India. One premier league cannot judge your talent, you will always live in our heart.” A die hard fan made this post.

There is very popular app these days which is going around Facebook these days, “Which celebrity you look like?” Some looks like Tom Cruise, some Jennifer Lawrence.

Everyone has their own choice of living, after all India is an independent country. You have freedom of living, then also I have freedom of expression.

After all these mathematics, I am coming to the point:-

  1. 26 CRPF Jawan killed in Sukma.
  2. 2 Soldiers were mutilated by Pakistani army-men who launched an offensive against their Indian counterparts at the Line of Control.

I didn’t see any post, they died protecting us. Politicians started playing politics over this. 2–3 days of noise over newspaper and news channel, then peace everywhere.

My question is “Why our hero has to be a person who doesn’t deserve to be hero?”

A cricketer plays cricket for his country, an actor acts in the movie, they are a hero in the movie but how could they be our hero?

Everyone wants to become or to look alike to those celebrities but do you know there are people who live for others, away from media attention and silently performing their job?

How many of you know Beena Rao?
She is a Teacher in Surat who teaches over 1200 Slum Students For Free. Have you ever heard her name in any social media or in electronic media?

How many of you know Leila Seth?
Justice Leila Seth, the first woman judge of the Delhi High Court and the first woman to become Chief Justice of a state high court.


Time has come to change the definition of our Heroes. A serial offender like Salman Khan can’t be our ideal but a person who sacrifice their life, passion and dream for other’s happiness.

It is not history that makes heroes, it is heroes that make history. Breaking a record of centuries or income at box office doesn’t make someone our hero.

In Case We’re Meeting for the first Time,

HI! I’m Shivam Patel, ‘The Monotonous Panda’.

Thanks for Reading my article

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