Given a choice, and the chance, S Sreesanth would probably have gone to watch Any Body Can Dance and not The Great Gatsby last week. The film, Gatsby, was not a patch on the book - they never are, are they? - but Sreesanth, if he'd seen it, would have started at the (somewhat altered) line: "The loneliest moment in life is when you watch your whole world fall apart, and all you can do is stare blankly".
Stare blankly is precisely what N Srinivasan is not doing. The gent is staring rather hard in the eyes of his critics, defiant as ever - he isn't about to let his world fall apart.
"I have done nothing wrong," said Srinivasan. It's a fair statement, I suppose, given that the man whose actions have pushed him into a corner is his son-in-law. Yes, haul me over the coals for this, but I don't believe Gurunath's crimes, if any, should be grounds for Srinivasan to be scrutinised. At least, not solely because they are close relatives.