Framed? The Aarushi-Hemraj Murder Case – An Investigation

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At this moment, in a CBI court in Ghaziabad in Uttar Pradesh, events are unfolding that might eventually go down as one of the most shameful scandals in India’s legal history.

This is a story that should frighten everybody. It’s a story of colossal incompetence and prejudice; a story about a wilful miscarriage of justice. It’s a story that could happen to anyone in the country.

Here’s how it unfolds. Until the intervening night of 15 and 16 May 2008, the Talwars were just an ordinary middle-class Indian family. Rajesh and Nupur Talwar were dentists; their 13-year old daughter Aarushi was a pretty, vivacious grade 9 student in Delhi Public School (DPS), Noida. By all accounts, they were a happy, very close-knit family. On the night of 15 May, Dr Rajesh Talwar had bought his daughter a camera: her birthday was coming up on the 24th; the venue for a celebratory party with her friends had been booked for 18 May. Delighted with her present, Aarushi took pictures of herself and her parents. The clock on the wall behind her showed 10.10 pm.

By the morning of 16 May, all of this had irrevocably and devastatingly changed. Aarushi was found brutally murdered in her bed, her head bludgeoned, her throat slit. At first, the prime suspect was the Talwar’s live-in house help, Hemraj, who was missing from the house. But a day later, on 17 May, Hemraj’s body was found on the terrace, his head similarly bludgeoned, his throat slit.

Since that discovery, the “Aarushi-Hemraj double murder” has become the stuff of urban legend. Everyone knows about it; everyone has an opinion. It’s as if the facts no longer matter.

The discovery of Hemraj’s body had another impact: it triggered a juggernaut that has not stopped till this day. Soon after the find, before any investigation could bear fruit, the Noida police called a press conference and began to spin a conjectural story that has grown and grown, till it seems almost impossible to dislodge. The media fed on this story with an almost crazed frenzy, throwing every modicum of journalistic propriety and fact-checking to the wind.

Suddenly, the Talwars found they were not human beings anymore. They were not parents who had just suffered the most catastrophic tragedy. They were not even just ordinary suspects, pending further inquiry and proof. They were merely ready meat.

Over the last five years, the media has mashed and cooked and masticated this story in any way they choose. The Talwars have been completely stripped of their humanity: now you can mount any story on them and it holds good. Nobody has to prove anything; no one has to be logical; no one has to apply their mind.

They are their child’s murderers. They are wife-swappers. Rajesh was having an affair. Aarushi was not their real child. They didn’t cry enough. They looked too composed. They had dressed the scene of crime. They had acted on sudden and grave provocation. They had found their 13-year-old daughter in a compromising position with their 45-year-old servant. The neck injuries were made by a surgical scalpel, by surgically trained people. Rajesh used a golf club to bludgeon his daughter and servant. No one else was present in the house that night. There was no forced entry. Rajesh had seemed reluctant to open the terrace door for the police. They had interfered with the post-mortem report. They had cleaned out the evidence.

Search your memory: chances are you won’t have to search deep. If you think of the Aarushi-Hemraj murder, all or some of these assumptions are sure to leap at you. Screaming headlines, television reconstructions of dark silhouettes, a 13-year-old girl having sex with a naked man, a father with a raised golf club, hysterical background music, incessant police and CBI theories put out in the public domain. All of this has done the trick. This is now a closed case: the Talwars have already been convicted in the public mind society’s desire for vicarious spectacle. There are enough accounts from family and friends of how Rajesh had banged his head on the wall and been mad with grief, how Nupur had cried hysterically on the phone, how they both had been in severe shock, how decisions were being made for them by everyone else around them those fateful days. But the media grievance is, why didn’t they do this for public consumption, why not on TV debates?

Even so, ultimately, this unconscionable public trial would have been irrelevant if the judicial process had stayed on the rails. But before you read what’s happening in the trial court in Ghaziabad, before you read what real evidence there is either against or in favour of the Talwars, consider this:

For a brief period after Hemraj’s body was found, the needle of suspicion had moved towards Hemraj’s friends — three domestic staff and workers who lived in the area. Krishna, a helper in Rajesh Talwar’s clinic; Raj Kumar, a house-help with Dr Praful and Anita Durrani, who were the Talwars’ friends; and Vijay Mandal, who worked at another neighbour’s house.

During this time, both the Talwars and these aides were put through two sets each of polygraph tests, brain mapping tests, lie detector tests, and narcoanalysis.

Mark this: both Nupur and Rajesh Talwar showed absolutely no deception in their tests. They also showed no knowledge of the crime.

The aides, on the other hand, particularly Krishna and Rajkumar, showed deception in their lie detector tests. Even more crucially, their narco tests pointed to their involvement in the crime. They admitted to their presence in the house that night, described the sequence of the crime, the murder weapon, and how Aarushi and Hemraj’s phones were disposed of. Arun Kumar, the head of the CBI team investigating the murder, held a press conference on 11 July 2008, sharing cautious details of these tests with the media.

This was a serious breakthrough. Narco tests are not admissible as legal evidence, but they are important indicators of which way an investigation should head. Section 27 of the Indian Evidence Act also says if any incriminatory discoveries are obtained pursuant to a voluntarily administered narco test, then these discoveries become legally admissible. This, read with a Supreme Court judgment in Selvi & Others vs State of Karnataka (2010), could have made the beginnings of a strong case.

As things turned out, two major discoveries — one of them absolutely explosive — emerged from Krishna’s narco. But let’s come to that a little later in this story.

Despite this breakthrough, things could not reach any logical end. In September 2009, investigating officer Arun Kumar was taken off the case. A new CBI team took over, with AGL Kaul as the investigating officer. With this change of team, the case suddenly took a new and malicious twist. While it would have been fair to continue investigating both sets of suspects — the Talwars and the domestic aides — inexplicably, after the new team took over, the leads on the aides were allowed to go cold; the pursuit of the Talwars intensified.

Despite this, in December 2010, the CBI had to file a closure report on the case, citing “critical and substantial gaps” in the evidence against the Talwars, an “absence of a clear cut motive”, and an “incomplete understanding of the sequence of events”.

One would imagine this — an absence of substantial evidence and motive, the two most important markers of a murder — would have been enough to absolve the parents of murdering their only daughter. Yet, the CBI named the Talwars as the chief suspect while giving a complete clean chit to the aides.

They also left the story about Hemraj and Aarushi’s liaison dangling in the report as a salacious insinuation. Aghast at the violence being done to their daughter’s memory, aghast the perpetrators would never be caught, aghast they had been left smeared as possible murderers, the Talwars protested against the closure report and asked for the investigation to be reopened. They did not want a premature clean chit, they pleaded; they just wanted the investigation to continue. Hardly classic behaviour for people guilty of a crime.

In a bizarre twist, however, District Magistrate Priti Singh threw out their petition and ordered a trial based on the same closure report that had said it did not have sufficient evidence to charge them. From suspects, the Talwars were now the main and sole accused. The aides remained completely out of the ambit of the case.

Before you read further now about what’s been happening inside the special CBI court, consider just this fact and draw your own conclusion about whether it sounds like a fair trial.

So far, the CBI has produced 39 witnesses. Given how flimsy and mala fide some of them have been, the Talwars wanted the prosecution to call 14 other witnesses — most of them key officers like Arun Kumar from the first CBI team, as well as from the Noida police — who they could cross-examine to demonstrate the correct sequence of events, as well as establish the mala fide of the second CBI team. The court did not grant permission. The Talwars challenged this in the Allahabad High Court. They were denied permission. They went to the Supreme Court: they were denied.

After this, the Talwars asked permission to produce 13 of their own defence witnesses. They also asked for the right to access key documents pertaining to their case: their own and the aides’ narco tests as additional material; the call records of the aides; as well as forensic slides and post mortem reports, etc, that their own expert could examine. Arguing against this, RK Saini, the prosecution lawyer, said they should not be allowed to call any witnesses at all. The Talwars, he said, were merely trying to waste the court’s time.

So: two parents with no former history of dysfunctionality or rage are accused of butchering their only child. There is admittedly no substantial evidence against them. Yet, the prosecution gets to call 39 witnesses. They should be allowed zero.

Does this sound like a fair trial? (The slightly crazed irony of this is doubled when you know that earlier, in July 2008, the same RK Saini had pleaded in court for Rajesh Talwar to be released from custody because his role in the crime had been “thoroughly investigated”, his tests showed “no deception”, none of the crime scene clues matched with him, and his custody was not required “in the interest of justice”.)

As this story goes to press, the court order on the Talwars’ plea has come in: they have been denied access to all further documents related to their case. Of the 13 witnesses they wanted to call in their defence, the judge has allowed only seven: no doctors, no pathologists, no people with any objective standing in the case; only a few family members and friends. Four of these have been ordered to be produced at one go on Thursday, 20 June 2013.

Unless one goes into the details of the case, it’s impossible to understand the extent of the prejudice the Talwars are facing. The CBI’s argument against even this basic norm of natural justice — that an accused should be allowed to present his defence — is just the tip of the mala fide against the Talwars.

At the heart of this, there is a question everyone finds hard to answer: why should the CBI go out of its way to nail the Talwars? It’s not as if either they or the domestic aides are powerful people. So, why would the CBI gun for one and protect the other; why would it not just remain neutral in its search for justice?

The answers can only be assumptive. From the way things have unfolded, two things seem clear. One, the investigation has been frighteningly shoddy from the beginning, both by the Noida police and the CBI. Two, AGL Kaul, the investigating officer of the second CBI team, seems to have bought very deeply and zealously into the insinuations surrounding the Talwars. It drove his line of enquiry; it explains why his closure report was full of irreconcilable gaps.

However, when Magistrate Priti Singh summarily ordered a trial on the basis of this report, things got even more complicated. As Avirook Sen, a journalist who has been attending the trial regularly, writing sharp reports for the Mumbai Mirror, says, “According to me, the CBI never intended to go for a trial. But when a trial was ordered, they just had to extemporise the evidence along the way. Now, with each passing day in court, they are getting more and more invested in their own story.”

It is a cliché to call something Kafkaesque. But what other word can one find for the chilling situation the Talwars find themselves in. Amazingly, Javed Ahmed, Joint Director, CBI, under whose aegis the second CBI team led by Kaul has been functioning, pretty much admits this.

When asked why the CBI was resisting the Talwars’ plea to produce witnesses in their own defence, he said, “We are within our rights by law to do so. There is nothing illegal about it.

It is wrong to insinuate we are being wilfully unfair to them. They can ask for as many witnesses as they want, we can put up our objections. After that, it’s for the court to decide. Our duty is to ensure there is a speedy trial and no one tries to prolong it.” In a rather bewildering non sequitur, he added, “What would you have said if the Talwars had asked for 2,432 witnesses in their defence?”

They’ve asked for 13, not 2,000, you remind him. “I was just giving that as an example,” he said.

I then asked, was it not strange for the CBI to admit in its final report that it has insufficient evidence against someone, suggest the case should be closed, and yet have to prosecute them in a trial on the basis of that. Given this context, was it not strange too that they had argued against Rajesh Talwar’s plea for further investigation before trial and were now stalling the production of defence witnesses?

“You are absolutely right,” he said. “It is a matter of stated record that we have insufficient evidence. But once the judge has ordered a trial, who am I to argue against the judge’s decision? It just becomes our duty to assist the court and we damn well have to do our job in whatever way possible.” Unfortunately, as this story will show, this “assisting of the court” has literally included manipulating and cooking up evidence.

It is also depressing to hear the CBI say, who am I to argue against the judge? You are the premier investigating agency in the country, you say, and you know you do not have evidence. In the interest of justice, isn’t it only fair that you argue against the judge’s decision and push for further investigation before going to trial?

Now imagine the Talwars’ quandary. They are the sole accused in a case where there is no real evidence against them. Yet when they approached the Allahabad High Court and the Supreme Court pleading for an expanded investigation that could probe the possible involvement of outsiders, as well commission advanced forensic tests like Touch DNA (which could even prove their own guilt), their plea was rejected by both courts. The Supreme Court told them this seemed a “last ditch effort to salvage a lost situation”. It also told Nupur Talwar that if she kept coming to them every time she disagreed with orders by the trial court, she would attract “exemplary costs”.

Forget the constitutional provision that every citizen is innocent until proven guilty. In this case, it seems the Talwars’ constitutional right to appeal the higher courts has also been foreclosed.

Javed Ahmed and RK Saini declined to answer any specific questions about the case. “You will appreciate my position,” Ahmed said.

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Shoma Chaudhury is Managing Editor, Tehelka, a weekly newsmagazine widely respected for its investigative and public interest journalism. Earlier she had worked with The Pioneer, India Today, and Outlook. In 2000, she left Outlook to join Tarun Tejpal, and was among the team that started Tehelka.com. When Tehelka was forced to close down by the government after its seminal story on defence corruption, she was one of four people who stayed on to fight and articulate Tehelka‘s vision and relaunch it as a national weekly.

Shoma has written extensively on several areas of conflict in India – people vs State; the Maoist insurgency, the Muslim question, and issues of capitalist development and land grab. She has won several awards, including the Ramnath Goenka Award and the Chameli Devi Award for the most outstanding woman journalist in 2009. In 2011, Newsweek (USA) picked her as one of 150 power women who “shake the world”. In May 2012, she also won the Mumbai Press Club Award for best political reporting. She lives in Delhi and has two sons.

135 COMMENTS

  1. My heart bleeds for the Talwars…I can’t even imagine the grief they must be going through…the irony is that they are just great parents that they are fighting the world to keep the honour of their child…

    • Yes you said it right. They are great parents bec they are going thro all this to fight for the honour of their daughter

  2. Earlier, the Tehelka also had another story on this subject. To any intelligent and objective reader, it is clear that the CBI and the police have bungled this case and they unfortunately made (through media witch hunt and insinuations) the Talwars chief culprits. I pray for the Talwars and hope that Rajesh Talwar’s wish to open a world-class forensic lab comes true.

    • The heart of the matter is the motive.

      Why would a modern, well educated, urbane couple, who didn’t have any problem in having only one girl child (so no gender bias) be horrified enough to kill their only child? Because, she was being raped (statutory) by their domestic help??

      Any parent in their situation would be horrfied and perhaps in rage even kill the domestic servant. But kill their own daughter, for a juvenile act?

      If father was drunk and in a fit of rage killed both, why would mother not be upset about her only daughter being killed by father?

      To think anyone can do this unfathomably evil act itself is mind boggling! It’ll require a weird sense of honor and bad sense of judgement. By all accounts Talwars aren’t such folks.

      So, motive doesn’t add up.

  3. Absolutely correct. Talwar’s were innocent. On that particular day nothing like flood in Uttarakhand or 9/11 happened so news papers overd this story in length to fill columns. Same investigation agency filed closure report is trying to prove they are criminals. The next day of incident police came with theory of Talwars being unfaithful in their life without any proof. No one cares in our country as people don’t go to challenge those statements & get compensation. It takes years & years for case to come on board. Most of Police/CBI officers are coming from a class of society who have never seen a luxurious house or elite life style. That can be true for Judges.So in their sub-conscious they have hatred for people living in different way they themselves are used to live. Also caste /religion/lifestyle/ attitude everything effects investigation. No one in impartial of that. To move ahead & look good with superiors is one of the factor. Promotion is next. In a small traffic encounter religion/financial status/connection play part why not in such cases where media is involved. To come on national t.v. to analyze facts is also a prestige issue for some officers. When a state’s IG was playing “RADHA” at duty’s time & 20/30 or more innocent girls were raped/murdered & even eaten by criminals in ‘Nithari Kand” & police did nothing on poor parents demand for search of their kids ,should we accept that police/cbi was doing their job sincerely just to prove this case? Where were those brave officers when there was no media coverage? Same Dig & IG’s are “Chaprasi’s” wiping dust on shoes of ministers ( Even Chaprasi’s should not do that. I’m sorry. I should have used the word sick subordinates) what can you expect from lower rank officers. What difference it makes even if Talwar’s are acquitted? Will they get reputation or time back?

  4. Its such an unfortunate story. What is CBI gaining out of this, I am unable to understand. My heart goes out to the couple. Not even Supreme court understood the game ? The only take away for us aam aadmi is – Be afraid, be very very afraid from the powers of the day!

    • I think it is more a case of what they are not losing. If they admit that they made so many mistakes, they will lose face completely. And they will lose people’s faith. They have messed up the case so badly that now they have no other way but to stick to their story. They cannot really go back and answer the 1000’s of questions that will come their way if they admit to their mistakes now.

  5. This is your effort to show the talwars were innocent but how do you know that servants were not. If talwars cannot do it,even the servants may not have done it. At least Talwars have Journalists like you to support them but servants have no such support. Any body could have done it Talwars or the servants. Your article highlights only one side of the story.

    • Sabina Lamba, Where in the story is it said that servants were the actual murderers? They are only asking for an expanded investigation so that truth could prevail.

    • Please READ it again Sabina. The author has very CLEARLY said that domestic servants may be innocent too. But the Talwars cannot be prosecuted without enough evidence.

      You seem to have missed all of that.

        • If they knew the “truth” then they would have revealed it long ago! It’s their only Daughter who has been brutally murdered! Everybody is hell bent that they couldn’t have slept through the night. Do you know the CBI recreated the scene by closing the door of the talwars room. With AC on nothing could be heard of what was happening outside.

          • Abhishek, please correct me if I am wrong. If the AC is so loud that nothing could be heard of what was happening outside then that AC is TOO LOUD to sleep. One cannot sleep in with that AC. That means that the AC that Talwars gave for testing for CBI team was altered to make loud noise….. to support their version of events.

            Believe me, the Talwars know the Truth, but are afraid of the consequences of telling the truth. Now the truth is coming out in the court .

          • Where have I mentioned that the AC was “too loud”?? Do you not understand the concept of sound-proof rooms? AC rooms are normally closed off with all windows and doors shut. So sounds generally do not come in making it a sound proof room of sorts. This might have been the case. Is that too hard to believe?

          • It is difficult to believe that one can make a room sound proof by shutting the windows and doors. In the quiet of night even if we shut the doors and windows we can hear a clock ticking in the next room. Anyway Abhi you do have creative way of explaining things …

          • Thapa, you seems have completely closed your mind to reason. Here is a painstakingly detailed analysis of CBI’s shoddy work, findings of the loopholes (there are many) in CBI’s documentation laid out before you and you are taking a blind line that if the police, the CBI, the judiciary are all saying the same thing then the Talwars must be guilty.

            And dont waste your time playing detective with the AC noise.

          • This story is not a painstakingly detailed analysis by Shoma, it is more of a shoddy effort to influence the court proceedings and is despicable to say the least…

          • Chubbe Nepali. Saala tera jaatwaala Krishna ne hi gandha kaam kiya hai. Bakwaas bandh kar or Abhishek ki baat maan

          • Let him be. He knows the truth.

            Thanks to Tehelka and Shoma the truth in details has finally come out. Entire India knows that Talwars are innocent, and assholes in Indian police and fake psychos like Samir Thapa are out only to crucify innocent Indian families and simple people.

            No worries, karma is the biggest bitch of ’em all. Let Thapa keep his sorry ass with himself. Someday!

          • 🙂 This is not a media trial or media circus where Shoma can deliver the truth or justice. There is something called court and the Judges will deliver the justice .

          • Dear all, while I agree with the points about loopholes in the investigations, raised by author, but I wonder, why does a presenc of a nepali in crime scene, has polarised our comments between “innocent indians” and nepalis?

          • My native home is in adjacent to an Aluminium Company where workers work even at night. Beating and loading of Aluminium produce noise and is loud. But all my family and neighbors sleep well because these noises(loud) are part of our life(even at night). And its hard to notice any other noise at night when you are surrounded by these noise.

            This is hardly any reason toprove Talwars as culprit. I wish the truth comes out soon and the wrong doers(if alive) will get punished.

          • A nice reply, thanks. I would agree to your line of thinking if you can make me believe that you could sleep inside the Aluminium factory. By the way the AC was inside the bedroom … I believe you would not be able to sleep in the Aluminium factory, so Talwars could not be sleep with AC that loud … this is just my humble opinion and I could be wrong…

          • O hello, I have an ac in my room and due to its sound, I cannot hear anything that goes on outside when I close the door (which I always do). But that does not mean the ac is so unbearably loud that I cannot sleep. It is just normal ac sound and whenever the room temperature goes above a certain point, the ac starts making the fizzing sound. It is nothing unpleasant, but when you combine it with locked door, you cannot hear anything that’s going on outside. What on earth is so hard to understand about this? Have you never seen a slightly old, noisy ac? And in any case, the police did conduct a test and confirm that sounds outside the room could not be heard when the ac was on. So unless you are suggesting that they slept in sweltering may heat of Noida without an ac despite having one in their room, I am not sure what your argument is.

          • Hi There, when my AC runs in my room with closed doors and windows, in the quiet of the night, I can hear the ticking sound of my wall clock in the next room. I can also hear the buzzing noise made by cricket insect outside the house. I can hear someone snoring in the next room …

            Unless the Talwars are partially deaf and were completely drunk, this is hard to believe. For God sake we all have AC and can be verified very easily.

      • @Ravi
        The point is, who are we to judge if the evidences against Talwars are adequate for prosecution. I believe that the honourable judge is far more capable than Shoma in the matters of justice and they have found the evidences adequate . If you are suggesting that the police, the CBI, the judiciary are colluding to frame Talwars …. it is totally unacceptable and laughable suggestion.

        • “If you are suggesting that the police, the CBI, the judiciary are
          colluding to frame Talwars …. it is totally unacceptable and laughable
          suggestion.”

          We can only laugh on your idiocy.

          • You can laugh as much as you want as that is your job . But Talwars cannot escape the laws no matter how many of their media friends write these useless articles .

          • There are no laws you joker. Which law are you talking about? Now fuck off moron. And when you do, we sincerely hope that you also fall into the trap of laws you love.

            BTW we know you’re one among the Nepalis trying to protect your kind, even if they are murderers. Or you’re a sarkari asshole (higher probability).

        • @Samir, what is laughable is that you really believe that the judicial system of our country is so perfect and corruptionless. You think they never collude? Remember Ruchika Girhotra? Remember Priyadarshini matto? Jessica lal? Nitish Katara? Innumerable acid victims? In every single case, the entire judicial system colluded together to deny justice to the victims. Some have got a modicum of justice due to media exposure while many others are still waiting…and probably will be waiting for many more years to come. If there was never any unjust collusion between all the parties that you mention, how come the culprits got away? Someone should have caught them somewhere right? If it can happen in one case, why do you feel it may not happen in another?

          • @Reena, I think this article is confusing between ‘Haves’ and ‘Have nots’. Ruchika Girhotra, Priyadarshini matto, Jessica lal etc were the ‘ have nots’ with no political or media connections. In these cases Tehelka has done a commendable job. On the contrary Talwars are very well connected people and appear to be using their media muscle to escape the crime of murder. Was Jessica Lall case able to go Supreme Court the way Talwars go every other month? Was articles of Jessica Lall case published by Toronto Star ? Are you suggesting that the servants are bribing the UP police, the courts, the CBI to frame Talwars? Reena, yes our courts are not corruption free, but everybody is not up for sale, there ARE judges and magistrates who deliver Justice. I have the firsthand knowledge of that ….

            I feel that Shoma Chaudhury has published this article as a personal favor to Talwar, rather than for a quest for Truth or Justice. There is no merit in this article.

    • hey sabina, this case was very much solved just after a 7 days of incident with Talwars accused of this murder. But after that what started has all the money tamasha!!! Please have your intuitions and common sense dancing. you dont need to read such bakvas and malicious article that will just make things confusing with intension!!! Paid journalism!!! Shame Tahelka!!!

    • Sabina: After the CBI had presented its closure report, it was the Talwars who insisted on pursuing the case further, in spite of great personal, financial and psychological stakes, to get to the bottom of the case. Sad, it doesn’t tell you anything at all…! And mind you, it’s twisted logic that the poor doesn’t commit any crime. Who were the Delhi rapists…? If the stained purple pillow is any evidence, reading with the narco-tests, the guys have much to answer…

    • Ms Lamba, for Law nobody is Paisewala & Servant so please stop repeating that servants have no support. And by the way u r also not a Judge or a Lawyer so let law do their work. And at the end, we will know who is guilty or not.

    • Meri Maaa…

      Read clearly in page 1. NARCO ANALYSIS clearly stated Talwards did not depict deception but the Servants did.

      Hey Bhagwaan…kyun apni akal pe parda daal rahi hai meri maa

    • Nobody “knows” anything here. This was just an effort to show that the Talwars are being prejudiced against. The servants have been let off long back inspite of there being plenty of evidence against them while the Talwars are being hounded. The point is, why the double standards? Yes, the servants may not have done it. But how would anyone know if all the evidence is ignored and they are allowed to walk free? Or if that’s the way things go, then even the Talwars should be allowed to walk free, particularly considering that there is no evidence against them even by the CBI’s own admission.

  6. It is next to impossible that they donot know who killed Arushi if they did not. if they are innocent why donot tell the truth what happened on that fateful night.

    • You murdered Aarushi. Prove it that you did not … you seem very eager to frame her parents for the crimes you’ve committed.

      • If Arya Ravinder Kumar would have been in the apartment on that night, then you would have a point.
        If Arya Ravinder Kumar would have contacted retired SP Gautam to alter the post mortem report then you would have a point.
        If Hemraj’s wife would blamed that Hemraj had told her that, Arya Ravinder Kumar had threatened him two weeks prior to the murder, then you would have a point.

  7. The truth is always more succinct. Shoma’s verbose & long-winded attempt to suggest an alternative hypothesis reminds me of the church’s astronomers trying to prove the sun & planets revolved around the earth.

    While Ptolemaic’s complex geocentric theory appealed to the church’s theologians – it clearly was against the tide of truth. Hope Tehelka has the sense to see the reckoning of truth vs its own “Ptolemaic” sense of journalism & the truth.

    • please make points pertaining to the above report instead of knotting yourself up in irrelevant gibberish. All that convoluted gaseous exhaust may just propel you into orbit towards a ptolemaically cataclysmic revolution till eternity.

  8. I regret that modern technique like DNA testing was botched up by CDFD in this case … CDFD played fraud in this case by giving a ‘rectification report’ which is unheard of in Indian Jurisprudence and not allowed under Cr PC … Strange still CDFD did not think proper to order an inquiry into this case and the role of Scientists who analysed this case and issued a ‘rectification report’ without the Director not knowing about it …… can there be more dereliction of duty than this

  9. The way they had wiped out primary evidences like cleaning the floor with water, creating doubts…it can be indeed a case of honour killing…

    • You making comments after reading one para of the whole story? And it doesn’t matter that the cleaning was done under police supervision?

      • Dear Mr Samir Thapa,
        If Mr talwar was to kill both of them … they being doctors will subscribe to something else. There is no need to kill them and slit their throats. They could just inject them with something or mix something in the food and claim it was food poison which took their lives. Grow up and dont try to cover up for someone by commenting on every article.

        • Dear June,
          In my humble opinion, it was something that happened in a fit of rage. I believe that the doctors are human beings after all and like any human being, in a fit of rage they do things that they would otherwise not do …. just a thought. BTW, I do not cover for anyone else …. there is no need for that.

  10. I feel disgust @ Kaul and with his whole modus operandi. I have sneaked into my friends house in Pandara road from the outside @night time and am aware it is not o ly possible but has been done many times…off course with my friends consent from inside. For the judge not to allow EVIDENCE is not malafide but Criminal in my view. Is there no way to counter what he did with the pillow / cdfd did with the tags ..there has to be protocol I imagine. I am sorry Talwars , I pray that this makes you stronger and that you hang in there for
    Aarushi.. You will be in my prayers always…

    On Mani Padma Hung

    Prayers

  11. This is called delivering justice to those who are dead and cannot speak for themselves. Aarushi and Hemraj are dead and gone, the investigative agency has to stand up and speak for them. The CBI or Scotland Yard or RCMP cannot and should not stay neutral, they must stand up and speak for those who are dead. Yes their investigation should be professional and transparent.

  12. How do I put a context to this piece?

    Should I say we should be very afraid of staying in this country because it does not matter whether you have committed a wrong or not; if someone out there has designs on you, he or she will make your life a living hell, come what may?

    Should I reiterate with a boring cliché that this story sent shivers down my spine; word for word, line for line; not because it’s amongst the first I have ever read but because this high-profile shocker once again nauseatingly reaffirms what sort of justice mechanism deals with scores of victims who are on the wrong side of the law; be they suspects, under-trials or victims who have been unfairly convicted by trial courts (where the fate is more or less sealed forever) in Mera Bharat Mahaan?

    Should I celebrate the fact that Shoma and Tehelka have once again laid bare the lies and crimes of that inept institution we call the CBI and that dastardly investigating officer AGL Kaul or should we feel horrified with the shallowness, callousness, indifference and incompetence that informs the rest of the media circus?

    Dubious times these, that’s the only thing one can be sure of.

    • The investigation by AGL Kaul is one of the best, very thorough and professional investigation that we have had in our country. It cannot get better than this. Given the circumstances where highly educated, intelligent and well connected killers have destroyed the physical evidences, CBI has arrived to a conclusion. The respect and faith in CBI is higher because of the officers like AGL Kaul – – – a person who can stand up for truth and deliver justice. I salute you, Sir.

        • Let us do some reality check to see if I am in delusion or you are in delusion. If Talwars wins this case in Supreme court then I am in delusion else ….

          By the way it is a free country.

          • Thapa you’re in the state of delusion in either case.

            A psycho needs a psychiatrist not an outcome of cricket match or supreme court… 🙂

          • A psycho is a person who would kill his daughter, get her private parts cleaned, get his powerful contacts to alter post-mortem findings, use his connections in media to have this article published. Also the psycho tried his level best to frame three innocent young men in his neighbourhood…. This Mr. Jekyl and Dr. Hide is the very psycho you are trying to protect. :-))

          • By your logic, he is not a psycho but Superman incarnate. Can’t you see where you are going with this?

      • ‘Given the circumstances’?? Excuse me..but collecting evidence is what the police are scheduled to do..and it was well documented how they were completely incompetent on the day….I even remember how they jumped to the conclusion of Hemraj being the murderer until the mans body was found.

        • Yes, collecting evidences is the job of the police and CBI. And destroying evidences was the job of the convicts… Now please do not say that I do not have a video recording of Talwars doing the cleaning …

      • It cannot get better than this. AGL Kaul , I just pray that someday touch DNA is DONE and your investigation is EXPOSED. Your investigation will make a perfect CASE STUDY OF WHAT NOT TO DO. Kaul is not the first NOR the last (unfortunately) I cry today and pray that when it happens to him , I am there to write this. May you gain Merit that a few inspired SOULS bring about a change in the justice system, I pray that the Supreme Court Judges read this and not just sit thru this CRIMINAL investigation. Cant they take Suo Motto action like in the Jessica Lal case ? Since this is not a political case, cant the politicians pull up this KAUL ?? Cant someone do SOMETHING ?

        • Very few men have the fortitude to stand up for the truth. It does not matter how powerful the guilty is or how inconsequential the victim is, they deliver justice and stand up for the Truth. Mr AGL Kaul is one of them. Whatever the Talwars may think today, in his investigation and report, I have found him to be very fair to Talwars as well.

      • Samir, stop being a troll by chasing up every comment. which comes in defence of the parents. It only exposes you more and more and lays bare whatever hare-brained motivations you may have in supporting Kaul and denouncing the Talwars. If the majority don’t still seem to be getting your point, you need to learn to shut up and not go on and on. I say this with complete politeness. Breathe…my dear man.

    • I am equally troubled and fail to draw a reasonable conclusion.

      Flaws in law administration and doubtful journalism is too evident .

      Tehelka is doing a good job , putting a sensible view point without drawing a irrevocable inference. However , we need to have faith in judicial system despite some black sheeps around . Compassion and sympathy will always be with the troubled parents. Let courts express their opinion without any

      4th pillar pressure.

      Living in India has its own perils and those who can manage , go to elsewhere , always settle in say US , Australia or Singapore .

      If by choice or compulsion we need to stay put , we have limited options and hope that right to live with honour and justice to all will be available in near future . I am not judging Thekla or CBI , my trust in right action & ethical values in diminishing each day . Even after earning crores ,our young players are tempted to get bribes for game fixing . Please recall involvement of famed journalists – who all were exposed during NIRA RADIA -Tata case [paid yellow journalism } . I no longer watch their anchored TV programme , neither read sunday colums by such group.

      Sheer pain to think of all this mad world.

  13. When I read the article it hurt me. When I read the comments it hurt me the most. Mr Tyagi has started abusing in writing without any provocation. Don’t we have any decency in thought, words or deed? Why should one get perturbed by another person’s comments about an article.

  14. “Talwars were just an ordinary middle-class Indian family” Girl, you really need to restart your common sense.

  15. Talwars are kind of more sinned against than sinning. It is shocking that the trial court and the supreme court both are in a denial mode even for their legal rights. Are these justices delivering a summary trial and a summary judgement? Or is it happening in a Banana republic? I have high regard for India’s judicial system. But this is giving me a very sad picture of it. Mr. CJ, take some action before it is too late.

  16. If you think that Talwars have been treated unfairly, then nobody, nobody ever got fair treatment in India and this certainly is not true. Talwars have been investigated by UP police and the CBI and have arrived at similar conclusion. If you think that courts are not treating Talwars fairly, even after they visit Supreme Court ever other month, then nobody in India have been treated fairly by courts and this obviously is not true. If you think that the media is biased against Talwars even after articles by NDTV, Tehelka, Toronto Star, Daily Mail UK then media is biased against every individual and this obviously is not true. Justice and Truth are very sacred and we cannot allow the media muscle of Talwars to influence the court proceeding…. Please let the law take its course.

  17. I read the article but could not find anything on what the talwars were doing when their daughter was being killed by the domestic servent… if we believe thats wat had happened? Who could possibly be in such a deep sleep and hear anything when two people got killed in their own house. I dont support or suspect talwars…but i was jus wondering …how the talwars didnt know anything till morning. doesnt seem to be loogical….

    • This I agree is the counter to the Servants theory otherwise everything is quite according to the tehelka investigation ….why did tehelka report not take in to account the Talwars disposition on the night of the murder …That is exactly what is taking everybody by surprise .How could the Talwars miss the noise when their daughter was being murdered…and subsequently the clean up of the scene of crime…??? I would say they were complicit in the entire act ….

  18. 5 years and no one has a clue. A lot of justifications, insinuations in the article above… either ways no clarity.

    Will the truth ever be told? No smoke without fire. So no one should go scot-free on the back of insinuations – be it Talwars, the servants group or even Kaul.

    And why we arent using the best of forensics to assess this case baffles me – if we arent that is. India is second to none and neither is access to knowledge limited.

  19. Some of these comments are so callous and prejudiced. It is sick how the whole country has vicariously indicted Arushi’s parents that at best is anecdotal Shame on the courts for going along with public opinion.

  20. Well written article, but I have a few reservations about it. I am also sure that I will attract a lot of abuse from most of the readers of this website. admittedly, CBI has bungled this case. But this looks increasingly like a puff piece. Saying that a normal family cannot kill their own daughter is believable but not too outlandish. Worse has happened before. The writer cannot be so naive while writing on a widely read medium. My theory is, and I am no where involved in this case, that the Talwar’s are involved somehow. It might be a crime of rage, rather than a pre-meditated ‘butchering’. As far as everyone saying its a normal family, no one knows what really goes on behind closed doors. This has been seen with numerous instances of wife beating etc. This publication seems to just fight against the institution, always. As the name suggests, it is in operation to create ripples. Need to be more balanced and impartial.

    • Udit you are so brilliant, that I wonder if you needed to read the article at all in the first place…

      Do point out all the badly written parts that support your puff-piece theory…

      of course you do need to also show us how this could be more balanced and impartial.

  21. Dont support talwars blindly….. its quite possible they are the guilty persons,your blind support might help them escape punishment for ever …….. Nupur is quite a suspicious and cruel kind of personality…. she knows the secret i guess……keep an eye on her…..

  22. Who is guilty and who is not is still not proved. but i do agree on this fact that media make their own conclusions and stories for the sake of their TRP. It’s incorrect to frame them guilty as everyone is innocent until proven as per our law. And it’s also not right to stop them to go to higher court as it’s every citizen’s right. Media must stay in it’s limit before defaming someone.

  23. The main question is why would CBI frame Talwars? There is something very fishy about this incident that no one knows since one of the servant Hemraj was mudered, it could all had been a pre-planed game of either of the two Talwars maybe the father or mother the other one not knowing anything what happened that night when Arushi was mudered , knowning the fact they had spent quality time few days before their daughter’s murder.

  24. I just finished reading this article, mind is still reeling. Feel absolutely disgusted, more for the so-called ‘public servants’ than for the murders. Idiots are just not able to get to the bottom of this. Bas haath mein le kar hila rahe hain. Yes, it is a complicated case. Yes, it is horrific. Yes, it is extremely confusing. Par iska yeh matlab nahi ki tum parents ko bali ka bakra bana do! I mean, aur koi to mila hoga nahi; to idiots ne socha ki chalo inhi ko chutiya bana dete hain. Is murder ke hazaar reasons ho sakte hain, but I’d like to believe that Aarushi’s parents didn’t murder her & Hemraj. I’m also the only child of my parents; iklauti beti apne maa baap ka garv hoti hai. No chance in hell they murdered her!!

  25. the most imp issue which tehlka hasnt highlighted it is that if the doors are locked frm inside at every exit frm talwar’s house how cn it b an outsider]’s workk???

  26. So, whats the conclusion?
    The CBI investigation team, head of CBI, high court, supreme court etc were all bribed by the domestic servants so as to hide the truth?

    Or, in case neither the Talwars or the servants killed Aarushi, did she commit suicide?

    Ohh wait… the devil must have come to earth, entered the house through the wall, raped and killed Aarushi. That sounds perfectly possible.`

    PS: “An explosive and detailed analysis of the country’s most famous murder trial”
    Country’s most famous murder trial? LOL, can I have some of what the author is smoking? 😛

    • > The CBI investigation team, head of CBI, high court, supreme court etc
      were all bribed by the domestic servants so as to hide the truth?

      Tum jaise lund bharey huye hain CBI/Noida police main… jinka dimag gaye ghaas key saath charr gayi. Bhosadi jisney Hemraj ko maara, ussi ney Aarushi ko bhi maara … aur aarushi ka mobile 10 kilometer duur indicate hua. Abb teri khopdi main kucch ghusa?

      Ya peechey sey ghusaun?

  27. Incompetence, arse-covering, and fear of running afoul of police who might wreck your life: This case is rife with mistakes and lies.
    Kaul is lying, Dohre is lying, Dahiya is lying. Gurdarshan Singh, who started
    this nonsensical, never-proven story of Hemraj and Aarushi in a “compromising
    position” is now an Assistant Director General – not bad for man who made an embarrassing spectacle of himself on national television.
    There needs to be an open, independent inquiry into this case, with the power
    to subpoena and examine and analyze evidence. It must have the power to
    recommend reforms to our law enforcement.
    No matter who you think committed the crime, this case is a national
    shame.

    • So everybody is lying and everybody is incompetent. Is everybody conniving to frame Talwars, is that what Shoma is saying. My dear Vidhya, the fundamental thing is that, that neither strangers can connive nor can they frame a person. They key word is Strangers.

  28. I cant ever think a mother can do such a thing like killing her daughter or protecting some one who harmed/killed her daughter.. She must be sick if she did that… God forbid…if she did it then for her daughters’ sake she should admit it or otherwise she should …………What………….. cant think what to say…. its too hurting a truth we r facing…. Poor Aarushi… God Bless her soul

  29. Why do you write that “The aides, on the other hand, particularly Krishna and Rajkumar, showed deception in their lie detector tests.” Everyone saw on TV (no less) the way Krishna and Rajkumar were slapped (pun intended) with answers and NOT questions by a lady officer (off camera) during the Lie Detector Test.

  30. I read the article and the comments. One thing that is clear is the writer has done her homework well. She has gone through documents and also compared one against the other. That is responsible journalism. I would like to see more such researched pieces as compared to sensation hankering trp collecting breaking news reports.

  31. This clearly is a sponsered story of Talwars. All evidence point against them…however using their clout they have messed it up so much..that now everyone is confused. Open and shut case – Rajesh found Aarushi in compromising position with hemraj…lost his cool and killed both.

    • Did you even read the story? Clearly there’s not much evidence against them at all. No proven motive, no proven murder weapon, no proven chain of events. It’s all conjecture and logical leaps (and sometimes logical cartwheels, pirouettes and good number of logical face-plants).

      Speaking of evidence, do you have any to back up the claim of the article being sponsored? I didn’t think so.

    • @Monty, it is more of a ‘misplaced sympathies’ of Tehelka for Talwars rather than a sponsored story. I am a big fan of Tehelka and read it regularly, but in Aarushi’s case either Tehelka is not telling us everything they know about this case OR they are protecting the people who should be in Tihar. Or simply they intend to influence the court proceedings …. which is totally unacceptable.

  32. This story is unfortunately as biased as other stories floated around by the media. While I appreciate Tehelka’s efforts in presenting the other side of the story, the writer seems to be playing the role of lawyer and judge deciding who is innocent and who is not. “Framed?” is a nice headline but at the end of the article you seem to have arrived at “Framed.”

    • Radhika: Unfair to criticize the common-sense observations as biased and not cite examples. “Framed” is the writer’s opinion and for that she has presented her reasons. Now for “Bias” what are your reasons?

  33. I don’t know and comment what really happened that night but I have one very simple question. Shoma wrote a very good article but why doesn’t she or her media showing this story on TV. Usually media sensationalize everything, THEN WHY MEDIA NOT SHOWING THIS ON TV. Why they are only accusing CBI of unfair trail, isn’t media itself is unfair to Talwar couples. Or this article is just another story to fill up empty web pages. Its media who should be fair on first place, common public in not going to CBI office and courts to know the truth, we make our assumptions based on what we saw on TV and read in newspapers. Fuck this media shit…bunch of assholes, they are more entertaining then WWF 🙂

  34. May CBI AG Kaul suffer the same way in this or next birth the way the Talwars have suffered.

    Kaul…Enjoy your rein while it lasts. KARMA is a bitch. It will come back to you. Neither will you have time to hide nor run.

    You will bite the dust.

    I hope Tehelka can still track Krishna even if he is in Nepal. Clearly, he is the rapist and murderer.

    Hopefully, Arun Kumar’s true investigation will see the light of the day. Someday

  35. The only thing i can say – CONFIDENTIALITY is most important things in any investigation. We needs to respect people in all situations. But unfortunately we Indians like to make stories and broadcast in public which makes things alter its main course. And this is true for educated class as well. Media is just thrives on these stories……..

  36. Unbelievable. Why don’t you get this article transalated and distribute it amongst the general public? Cause I am sure not many would find it here. This article and the previous ones published on Tehelka clearly show massive loopholes in the investigation. But what has Tehelka or anyone else done about it till now? Is this article going to achieve anything for the Talwars? If the answer is NO then I am sorry to say Shoma Chaudhury you are only wasting your time. If all the painstaking research you have done for this article is never going to see light outside of this website then you could as well have chosen not to write this. I am now going to tweet this to the stalwarts in Media journalism like Arnab Goswami and Rajdeep Sardesai and ask them what they are doing as ‘fearless journalists’ of modern India. Instead of covering lousy stories of our incorrigibly corrupt netas it would be great if all the powerful media houses took this up and fight for the Talwars. It need not be believed that they are innocent but certainly such a sham of an investigation cannot be allowed to continue.

  37. As per the version, 3 servants sneak in for a booze session , drink and then murder 2 persons, clean up all the evidences and sneak out while the sahibs sleep. Its an act of such an audacity from three servants (who have no reported crimes of the past) specially with the sahibs present , though sleeping, that it’s too hard to believe. (And who was drinking the expensive “Ballantine?” ) Either the sahibs were dead drunk too or they were not present in the house. Its also hard to believe that the Talwars would murder their only child. So what happened that night? Only Arushi or Hemraj, if either could speak, could tell! Either way there was no presentable evidence found to convict either side. If Shoma’s article is to point out that the CBI should have closed the “blind case” long ago and not harass either party without any credible evidence, she’s right. I like her researched approach to expose Talwar’s harassment by the justice system merely on hunches. What’s shocking is the utter callousness of some officials of institutions, forensic as well as police, when they somersaulted on their own findings under the second investigator, Kaul. Arun Kumar had done a reasonably good job in investigating the case inspite of entering the case at a time when crucial evidences were absent but he finally came to a dead end and the case should have been closed. And on hindsight, the Talwars should’ve accepted the closure instead of appealing to reopen.
    p.s: On the Hemraj’s blood-stained purple-pillow found in Krishna’s room, there again can be two stories. One were Krishna is the accused and the second where he is an accomplice of his master.

    • So this man Krishna kills somebody in another house and carries the weapon back to his own pad to wipe it on his own cushion? Or he carries a cushion from the scene of the crime back to his own house?

      Or, if your hypothesis is correct, he is asked to take the offending cushion away by his master and he takes it home instead of destroying it.

      Any way you look at it, a bloodied cushion leaving the scene of the crime to move to one of the alleged murderer’s houses is too outlandish by any logic.

      • Hemraj’s blood on the cushion cover could have come from Krishna’s body. he could have got it while murdering/carrying the body upstairs.

  38. IF YOU GUYS HAVE SEEN THE MOVIE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION…U WILL THINK THAT WHAT IF IT WAS AN ENTIRELY DIFFERENT THIRD PARTY (WHO IS A MASTER MINDED SICK MURDER) WHO HAS MURDERED BOTH OF THEM ……. AND THAT HE HAS ERASED ALL THE EVIDENCE MAYBE I AINT SURE ….I MEAN THINK OF IT OKAY THE DAD WAS ANGRY AT HER BUT HE WOULD HAVE CHOOSEN TO HIT HER WITH A BOTTLE OR THE GOLF CLUB…WHY SHOULD HE DO SURGICAL KNIFE CUT ON HIS OWN DAUGHTER

  39. There are loopholes in system but based on them you cannot be judgemental..there are reasons which could be very well known to the investigating authorities but could not be made public due to some political reasons………..

  40. Great work Tehelka. Can’t imagine position of Talwars. I am not saying the are inncocent bec I dont know, but to read the bias of the country’s TOP INVESTIGATING AGENCY is soul wrecking. I pray that God will put an end to this ordeal in His own time.

  41. This is an excellent article on the case. I have been astounded by the lack of logic surrounding this, and am glad someone put it out in such a detailed manner there. I cannot even imagine the kind of anguish the parents must be going through. The people who label them guilty are nothing but narrow minded, prejudiced and unthinking folks who probably feel that a girl having a boyfriend causes “shame” to the family. I once had an argument with an idiot over this case, and he asked me “ok, tell me honestly..what would you have done if your own daughter was talking to guys and having boyfriends at the age of 15”. I don’t even have words to reply to such astonishing absurdity. The UP police guy who initially floated this theory should be the one who is jailed. He brought his sick khap panchayat mentality to a legal forum when he said “father was as characterless as the daughter”. How sickeningly judgemental? And for what – just because she, being a normal 15 year old in a cosmopoliatan city, used to chat with guys? The fact that the entire judicial system has accepted this as a possible motive without a shred of evidence shows how backward the system still is.

  42. I think this article is confusing between ‘Haves’ and ‘Have nots’.
    Ruchika Girhotra, Priyadarshini matto, Jessica lal etc were the ‘ have
    nots’ with no political or media connections. In these cases Tehelka has
    done a commendable job. To the contrary Talwars are very well connected
    people and appear to be using their media muscle to escape the crime of
    murder. Was Jessica Lall case able to go Supreme Court the way Talwars
    go every other month? Was articles of Jessica Lall case published by
    Toronto Star ? Is this article suggesting that the servants are bribing the UP
    police, the courts, the CBI to frame Talwars? Yes our courts are
    not corruption free, but everybody is not up for sale, there ARE judges
    and magistrates who deliver Justice.

    I feel that Shoma Chaudhury has published this article as a personal
    favor to Talwar, rather than for a quest for Truth or Justice. There is
    no merit in this article.

  43. I support the just cause around supporting innocent parents who have lost their child to a heinous crime. Inhumane Offenders should be brought to justice.

    Shame on incompetent and corrupt media hungry heartless officers of CBI and Police – who have caused a double blow to the parents.

  44. it is one thing for stupid police officers to have a theory and another for a wanton media to certify the theory in the name of sensation and viewership TRPs. it may not yet be too late for a better investigation to occur. that said, the question is, who is clear or authoritative enough to order a fresh probe? the courts and the police are just too ashamed to accept that they could be wrong. and too many personal biases have entered into too many theories. justice is one of the primal needs of a society. i hope that someone is divined with the need to bring justice to the whole story

  45. Ruhi Naaz

    Honestly I never heard Justice Ganguly participating in Aarushi’s case. Parents have approached the Supreme Court many times , I remember Justice K. G. Balakrishnan, Justice B. Sudershan Reddy and Justice P. Sathasivam but never heard of Ganguly. We cannot neglect the fact that even Allahabad High court did reject the parents plea … and in Allahabad there was no Ganguly.

  46. When you have nothing to say, it is best not to say anything. If Shoma & Talwars think that the trial was flawed, well there is the Allahabad High Court and then there is Supreme court. Nobody can stop them to approach them …

    • “When you have nothing to say, it is best not to say anything.”

      Makes one wonder why you’d say things at all then. LOL!!

  47. […] To start off I would like to say that I have been oblivious about the entire “Double Murder saga”. Neither did I follow the case then nor did I do my “research” on this topic before watching the movie. The reason for the latter being that, I feel its best to view (and review) a movie based on its cinematic merit rather than how accurately it depicted the facts. For the latter purpose there are documentaries.  Does it emote you, entertain you enough to spend you hard earned money in those multiplexes? That’s the only question that needs to be answered. That said and done, I did read a bit about the case AFTER I saw it and I must say the director has definitely being honest. For ignorant people like me, you can read about the case in brief here and here. […]

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