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Separated at Birth – II

I have been absent from OKS for quite some time now. Not really! I have been recovering from the marathon of Liveblogging Britain’s Got Talent [ and I am not completely done yet! Yes, some more of it will be coming, and yet some more from America's Got Talent. What happened to the Indian version?] So, anyway, just to deviate my mind and body from all the nervewrecking tension involved with Live Television, here I am, plunging myself, yet again, into the “Dariyaaa” of Bollywood. But with a twist. Yes, as the title suggests: We are doing our second Separated at Birth [ after the lukewarm response on the first one]. But I can be so sure that this one is gonna appeal to audiences from the caves of Chambal to the skyscrapers of Shanghai [Aila! What a dialogue. On a serious note, please donate for the Cyclone Aila relief ;  BTW, who the f names a Cyclone as Aila. It just loses its credibility. Ok now its obvious that I am ranting.]

Coming back to the post; In the Red corner, we have someone who cannot be described with any adjectives – JOHN LENNON. Who you say? Get yourself sorted dear! Listen to some music, and get some education. And in the Blue Corner, we have none other than [arguably] the most monstrous Villain of Indian cinema – Amrish Puri. Both monstrous in their own right. It’s been such a delight to bring these two on the same canvas.

70’s fashion checklist:

Hair: Check

Glasses: Check

Hair-Style: Check again

Uncanny colors for Shirts, Collars: Check Check!! You likey?

For a more colorful and uber-70s version of Mogambo, click this link.

Image Courtesy:
John Lennon [from Google Image Search]
Amrish Puri [ from the screencap of  Beth's post on Salaakhen ] .

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  1. wow, they look cool!hehe!
    but not familiar with them hehe!

    Hi Sujoy, may I know on what date the America’s Got Talent starts?

    thank you!

    Happy weekend!

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  2. Amrish Puri looks hideous. Lennon looks super cool.

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    Sujoy Reply:

    @Darshit, Bhargav and Vee:
    Things that people have to do to survive long enough to achieve icon-hood.

    @Thomas: Amrish Puri is one of the iconic villains of Indian cinema, and he has even played some roles in International cinema as well.
    You might know him from Indiana Jones, Gandhi etc.

    @Pitu: That song is just immortal.Period.

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