- Babul and Kabul both rhyme as Humpty-Dumpty.
- Both made me loose a considerable amount of my head-top hairs.
- Both the movies witnessed my right hand rubbing against a pretty female audience in the pre-intermission session. (Alas! during both the movies my right hand seat was vacant during the post interval session)
- Toilets of both the theaters i.e. PVR and Shubham where Babul and Kabul were released respectively were more appealing than the movies themselves.
- A creature called John Abraham is rarely available with both the projects.
- 'Disprin' the directors of this drug are highly philic to the manufacturers of both the movies.
- Babul is a documentary of pre-independence era which emphasizes the aftermath and acceptance of the reforms carried out by Lord William Bentick. On the contrary, Kabul tries to be a documentary of the post liberalization era which reinforces the concept of 100% FDI (Foolishly Dumped or Invested) in the fields of Media/anti-Entertainment.
- Never mention, both were released on Fridays to make a feel as if they were movies.
- Hopefully and by His grace those Fridays were not Dry Days.
- And at last but not the least, both of them witnessed enhanced business to the divorce specialists.
Saturday, December 16, 2006
Posted by suprem trivedi at 12:13 AM