Voice 1: These (film)guys have no morals at all. A little fame and recognition goes to their heads. I am sure he is the culprit. They should punish him harshly enough to set a precedent.
Voice 2: But he says it was consensual. That means the maid was an equal party to it. And in that case, it was not even a crime.
Voice 3: It was a crime indeed – rape or no rape. Even if it was consensual, Shiney went against the dictats of marriage. He cheated on his wife, and isnt that a crime?
Voice 4: What if he was not happy in his marriage? He might have been frustrated enough to go out and look for happiness in other people. Isn’t it possible that his wife just didn’t keep him happy.
Voice 5: But that is no justification for anyone to look out. Why drag wife into something that happened between the husband and the ‘other’ woman?
Voice 6: A person seeks happiness outside of marriage only when the parties involved have allowed enough distance to let a third person in.
Voice 7: Then why is his wife still supporting him?
Voice 8: Perhaps for the kids.
Voice 9: Really? Can someone put their entire life on hold for kids? I don’t think so. I am sure he must have assured her that it was just a mistake. And who doesn’t want to live on the hope that things would be fine again.
Voice 10: Yes, the maid have been the one to have seduced him.
Voice 11: But he should have been strong enough to resist her advances. A woman who gets involved with a married man, knowing there is no future is nothing short of a fallen character who sells her body and soul. And a man who falls to these tricks is just a criminal.
Voice 12: But what if she had really been raped?
And the voices continue to whisper among themselves. But the truth is known only to the parties involved, and each has their own version. Who would you trust?