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A very dramatic but filmy scene can into light in Ganiyari village of Chhattisgarh’s Bhilai, when a man climbed a transmission tower to prove his point. Got reminded of a Bollywood film? Yes! the Bhilai man took inspiration from Sholay’s Dharmendra and did something bizarre.
Notably, the man identified as Hori Lal had visited his in-laws’ place to take his wife home along with him. But to his disappointment, the father of his wife refused to send his daughter. This did not only make him furious but the man climbed up the 75-feet high-tension tower to pressurize his in-laws.
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Later, the regional police reached the spot, and persuaded the man to come down. But to their disappointment the man refused to come down, until his parents-in-law agreed to his demands. However, when the cops assured him that they would send his wife back, he got down from the tower.
After the man got down from the tower, the team of Bhilai Police took Hori Lal with them to the police station. Later his in-laws with the wife were called to the police station for questioning. Reportedly, the reason behind father-in-laws refusal is still unknown. But the police is trying its best to send the couple home.
However, as soon as the video went viral on social media, tweeple got reminded of Dharmendra’s drunken act from 1975 Bollywood Sholay. In the film also, Dharmendra liked Hema Malini and her dadi refused to marry her with the film lead. But after Dharmendra takes over a water tank tower and blackmails the he’ll jump off the tower if he doesn’t get to marry Malini.
As expected, dadi gets pressurized and agrees to marry her grand daughter with the lead of Sholay. And seems like the Bhilai man also took inspiration from the1975 movie.
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