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Think Bollywood is dumbing itself down right to the drain?
Do you think catering to this sort of cheezy, slapstick, low IQ cartoon humor is not only berating us as an audience but also becoming a complete waste of time and money- insulting the very audience that pays to watch this?
In this era where time-traveling, space time-bending, and Samurai Jack has been replaced with Ladoo eating Chotta Bheem and in a society where Sarabhai vs. Sarabhai runs for 69 episodes and Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu thi runs for 1,833 episodes- don’t you sometimes really worry- that the far end of the intellect pool is a lot deeper than you imagined?
Does money run everything in show business? Apparently, it does; and that becomes blatantly obvious when the criteria for movie-going for a vast majority of the population is sole ‘hero Kaun hai?’
Do you find yourself wondering why a movie with a 150 crore budget can’t afford a decent scriptwriter?
Well, here to rip this abysmal piece of filming down is the dork knight.
Not the hero Bollywood deserves, but the villain it needs right now.