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|10th January 2007, 16:22||#16|
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It might not be that misconceived guys.
You have to agree that Bollywood exerts a tremendous influence on the lives & lifestyles of impressionable people in India. I, for one, have seen many young idiots all over Bombay (especially on Sundays in peak traffic) zooming around & weaving through traffic at speeds that would make Schumi blush.
Movies like this will cause many more to follow like sheep, without understanding that these scenes have been done under controlled circumstances with professional stuntmen.
I think people like the minister & Pratibha Naithani should be applauded. Then placed in a large vat of boiling oil.
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