Once upon a time, there was a superstar. In fact he still is, and will continue to be with us.
One night, the superstar was at a party. He partied, he drove, he crushed a few vagabonds, and he got away.
But they did not know that only the hero is allowed to do as he pleases. He can take down anything and anybody in his way. It does not matter if they were only sleeping. He can still mow them down.
Because you nitwits, he is the hero. The larger than life character, for whom nothing is impossible.
And don't you know that his fans love him? They want to see him shoot down some more endangered species. He can do nothing wrong for them.
It is our superstar that matters. He has to be let free to do his thing.
Indeed, there was no evidence that he was driving at all. No, not even the ex-policeman's testimony was believable. Why did he have to put his own life at risk to give evidence against the superstar?
He died of TB that guy. Well deserved! How dare he raise his voice against our hero!
'Ghost?!' exclaimed some, incredulously.
But the court came up with irrefutable reasoning. 'If a ghost can make a car veer sharply and plunge into the sea in Talaash, why can't it drive the car and crush those people?' Logical, no?
And of course, try as you might, you cannot punish a ghost.
'Now go and cancel that petition in the higher court that you made to allow your friend's testimony. Let him be safely ensconced in the UK. Why bring him all the way here just to prove your innocence?'
'You are the hero. You don't need anybody to vouch for your integrity'.
Meanwhile, the ghost took out the car for a spin again. Along the way it crushed Justice to death...
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