Stalker in Australia says he was inspired by Bollywood films

Bollywood seems to have taken a step ahead in inspiring people beyond the nation, and that too in a wrong way! Sandeep Baliga, hailing from India has adapted the Bollywood way into his real life.

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According to a Daijiworld report on July 24, the 31 year old who has been staying in Tasmania, has been accused for stalking two women in 2012 and 2013.

He has been found as engaging in excessive texting and calling in an effort to approach the women, despite their request to put an end to such behavior.

Case was filed against him by the police when he started self referring him as their boyfriend. Baliga’s lawyer Greg Barns said it was the colorful, romantic and emotional movies from Baliga’s own nation that has led to his belief of persisting until the women fall in love.

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At a hearing at the Hobart Magistrates Court, Baliga was justified by his lawyer stating his client realizes that his “Bollywood style of approach” doesn’t become part of his residing nation’s social norms.

Sandeep Baliga hailing from a remote part of India has been residing in Tasmania for the past couple of years. The case is now to be heard again in September.

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