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Old November 30th, 2013, 10:13 PM
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Re: Double meaning 90s

Oh that fellow.. I loved his sense of humor. It was crude.. no pretense.. i.e he did not pretend to make a oh so special movie.. with social message and then in real life go fukk up kinds.. he was simple and crude and disgustingly funny..

He was chided by movie makers then and insulted he did not complain.. HIs answer the next movie titled in urdu-english.baal-e-Love Day.. (known lovingly as Loveday) And translation in hindi "pyaar ka din aur uske julf " the censors asked him to rename it.. he refused to release it.. go fukk off was his message. ARDYHM was his later one and but released last.. after that he did not make a single movie.

There was a song in one of his movies.. heroine was his wife in real life. In there there was a song which the censors released after drinking a whole bottle of malox..

Guy tujhe gilli chahiye ke danda chahiye and the girl responding nahi par tujhe to samosaa chahiye (the picturization was a village guy (himself) and a village girl (his wife) dancing in very obvious yet suggestive moves to evade censors and staying at a distance.. ie. not once in the song the romatic couple as per story touch each other).. man oh man.. was he crude..

He was one hell of a dude..
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