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To trust or not to trust?

This questions comes in our mind when we share something important with our close friends. But we always share it with them because we have trust in them. But what happens when those friends spread it in the whole world?

I am talking about the recent Shweta and Rahul Mahajan issue. She shared some personal things with a reporter friend, thinking she would help her to find out the solution but the result was exactly opposite of it. Instead of helping, her reporter friend chose to use it as a “exclusive news” and exposed her personal life in public.

I am not trying to say, what Rahul did was right, it was totally wrong but what reporter did was worse than that. We share things with close friends because of trust we have in them but it really hurts when they only play vital role in spoiling the life of a friend.

It is just my take on the issue.

You can read Shweta Rahul issue related articles here:

Yes, he HIT me: Shweta Mahajan to MiD DAY

The Shweta Mahajan Tapes: ‘He is psycho’

7 Comments

  1. Its really an issue of your relation with the person. Not everyone would dare to do that. And you don’t tell your personal things to just anyone, its very personal and only very close people are told such things. In this case maybe the reporter friend did it for her/his career progress, and for him/her the career held higher importance than anything. And Shweta really didn’t judge the trustiness of the person. So its all down to the mutual understanding and relation between the two. As for Rahul & Shweta, its common among couples to have an issue over things, better now let things get out of hands and sort out, and ofcourse you don’t want your life to be made a public topic. Which again reminds me…doesn’t Indian Media have anything else to talk about? I mean c’mon man this is ridiculous, you’re talking about a couple’s private life in public??? Pathetic indeed.

  2. A minor correction…
    “….better not let things get out of hands and sort out, and ofcourse…”
    not instead of now.

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