The concept of res gestae has emerged from the belief that certain acts or statements, which may otherwise be irrelevant and inadmissible, may be admitted as evidence due to the very situation in which they were committed or uttered. The doctrine of res gestae of is generally used to admit a potentially inadmissible piece of evidence in order to provide context to an event. Thus, one of the important requirements for the applicability of the doctrine is that the said act or statement must not exist in comfactual isolation’.
 Statements forming a part of res gestae are often admitted as evidence even though they may be hearsay.
Thus, res gestae is also recognized as an exception to the general rule of hearsay evidence. The rationale behind this is that human nature is such that sometimes the words uttered and actions doneare so interwoven with each other that it becomes difficult to view the action in total isolation and doing so might lead to miscarriage of justice. Therefore, such statements were declared to be a part of res gestae and an exception to the rule of hearsay evi