You feel that the only way to show patriotism is to stand up in a movie hall for 52 seconds. You seem to ramble about some completely and utterly unrelated BS about JNU case in this topic. You also feel the need to label anyone who disagrees with your opinions as not patriotic. You think that this thread is about if or not to respect the national anthem (oh, dear).
You've problems, and those are seriously big ones.
Well there are ads and trailers played before the movie starts, so this will be an extra minute I guess. Not a big deal really. So long as people don't force other people to stand up and salute every time it's played.
What sort of person you are? Whats the problem for a few second spending for your own country's anthem? Can you please elaborate. Lets see who goes to where.
People like you really curse to our country. I really doubt that you dont even reside anywhere in the country. I am extremely proud about my motherland and take pride that at middle age also I can sing my national anthem without flaw.
I am a proud Indian and every proud Indian must support and welcome this.
Who are opposed to India, would say blah blah blah ... !!! Go anywhere man but people like you should be rejected by nationalist Indian.
It's alright for you to decide how you want to express your patriotism to your country. It's NOT okay for you to dictate to others how they need to show their patriotism. Forcing people to stand up to a national anthem when they are in a movie theater is a ridiculous attempt at faux nationalism. It's ironic that this is actually rather disrespectful to the country, if you think about it.
This is time for nationalism, patriotism. Expecting more such to come and enrich us.
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