Sunday, August 13, 2006

its KJ time!

Reacting to the reports that The Film is a departure from typical Karan Johar movies, Karan protested,
"Hey hold it! Enough of this departure theory.
['cuz we believe in never-saying-goodbye]
Kabhi Alvida Na Kehna will be a typical KJ film.
[more star power than a moonless sky. and more tears than...umm... the previous KJ film. by the way, notice the use of the third person - very suave]
It will be large in canvas and scope and hopefully in emotions.
[with the intention to try and please everyone, as usual.]
It will be the Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (K3G) located in the heart and other intangible regions of the human being.
[h-uh? lol!!!]
Yes, it's different from my other films.
[never mind the previous claim to the contrary.]
But was K3G anything like Kuch Kuch Hota Hai?
[yesss. can't believe he missed that!]
And did Kaal resemble Kal Ho Na Ho in any detail?
[no, but that was only because tigers are endangered, and also petulant actors. it would take a superhuman to work with them twice. wait - even that is impossible, because the superhuman powers are only applicable to wind, eagles and lions]
Have I made my point? Then let's move on."
[sigh...yes, please let's. goodbye.]

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

"It will be the Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (K3G) located in the heart and other intangible regions of the human being."

After reading this, my mind (that mythical and incorporeal center of human thought) spins.

-ChupChup

Harold Kumar said...

...but it was a super-duper hit!Now that the press is going all crazy about KJ's critically weak departure (yes, we've moved on by not discussing that anymore, just saying it is so), maybe the rest of us can do a double turn and write about the parts that didn't suck. (I mean the movie parts, let's leave the humans alone!).
Lol!

Anonymous said...

KANK and its insidious effect on the poor mongoloid kid...is nothing sacrosanct?!