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Pichchurr Hall - Timepass

In the past 2 weeks I have watched about 10 different movies. I am posting my observations about the same on this blog in a series of posts titled Pichchurr Hall. Please note that these views are entirely my own and do not represent the views of my institute, my country, blogspot, the movie producers or Mallika Sherawat in any way.

Time Pass

Seriously, atleast someone should have put Mallika Sherawat in this movie. She fits the lead female role to the T and has lately been doing pretty similar activities anyway (refer to the MMS floating around.

A small time "chhota mota" guy loves a "babe" girl. In a bid to woo her, he takes dance lessons from the girl herself. He is a Hindu while the girl is a Christian and stays with her sister and Mother in a predominantly Muslim locality.

Riots break out, girl is out of the house with the guy. All kinds of stereotypical riots scenes later (Muslims threatening to kill the Christians but letting them go after they have successfully recited the Bible !?!, Twinkle Twinkle & Johny Johny Yes Papa, Muslims giving chase after random Hindu guy and killing him, police running around the area in jeeps with sirens blaring etc) the girl and guy reach the guy's home safely where they proceed to do "it" in a Maruti Van.

The next day the guy drops the girl at her home. She asks him whether he will come back for the dance classes in the evening. He tells her that he will not. On being asked the reason, he says its not needed any more and runs away leaping in the air.

THE END.

- There are just two titillators in the movie. Nothing worth talking about.
- Yes, the girl in the MMS IS Mallika. No doubt.

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