19. Chaubey: You know a lot of chatterrati which because I’m interviewing you, takes place that you see a Sunny Leone film you will get morally corrupted. I’m wondering if I’m being morally corrupted because I’m interviewing you.
Really saying: Jism: Mera dimag mere jism ka ghulam ho gaya tha.
20. Chaubey: Are you saying we will see Sunny Leone in a saree, head to toe, covered? That also has its own charm.
Really saying: Rang Rasiya: Naari beech saree hai, ki saree beech naari hai … naari hai ki saree hai, ki saree hai ki naari hai
Like the monk Hakaku who carried the girl with him although he never touched her, Bhupender Chaubey carried Sunny Leone’s past with him, even though Sunny herself has left it behind. The interview is of little else. For a journalist, to have missed Sunny’s conatus showed again that the eyes only see what the mind knows. Besides his leering approach and stilted, oppressive, calcified morality, he had not done his homework. At least, not what he should have. He mentioned Bollywood stars who are involved in politics – Amitabh Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan, Salman Khan and Ajay Devgan. None of those mentioned are involved in politics. Chaubey mispronounced her name as Sunny Leeohn except once when he said Sunny Loeneee. Where was his brain? . (Now, raise your eyebrows twice as you read the following sentence and wink.)
Perhaps it got sodden with too much of the wrong kind of research.
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