Aamir Khan’s Delhi Belly is much talked about these days. Imran Khan is also touching of fame because of the film and especially the song ‘D.K.Bose’. There was much hue and cry for the song. Further in this connection, Anubhav Sinha, the director of Shahrukh Khan’s Ra.One is raising his voice against the ‘controversial’ lyrics of the song. He is worried about the impact that this song is having on the society, youth and kids.
Though the song ‘Bhaag D.K. Bose has become a chartbuster these days and is being hummed by everyone but there are some people in and outside the industry who object to the slang lyrics of it. The reason why Anubhav is upset is with Aamir Khan is that because the utterance of words DK Bose over and again will produce the word ‘bh*****i ke’, which is a slang. He says that Aamir should have been careful about it.
Anubhav is disappointed and has expressed it now when the song has already became so popular. He is agitated as he is worried to face embarrassment if his nine year old son, Shloka, would be humming the song around him, his family and friends. He says, “We know what it sounds like when you say the words DK Bose over and over again. Aamir is a responsible man and he should have been aware of it.”
Anubhav sir, we know that is too much for a kid but don’t you think every other film has some scenes, lyrics or sequences which could not only embarrass you but others as well. What will be your take on the film titles that use the taboo words so casually (read ‘Love, Sex aur Dhokha) we guess?Read also