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This reminds me - there's a part in Chor Machaaye Shor (the Bobby Deol version, but of course) where Paresh Rawal is extolling the virtues of the Mooch (he is mustache obsessed for the whole film, which is kind of educational actually for people who don't get the relevance of the mooch)

http://shahrukhislove.blogspot.com/2011/03/chor-machaaye-shor.html (scroll down a bit!)


I love it! Totally had forgotten that film.

You know, the more people post about the moustache thing, the more I get mulling over all the sociological/psychological implications of the thing, and it's really rather fascinating.

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Totally Filmi's appearances elsewhere

  • The "Classic Movie History Project Blogathon" organized by Movies Silently

    I will be writing about "The Apu Trilogy" directed by Satyajit Ray.
  • The "Beach Party Blogathon" organized by Speakeasy - Classic Movies & More

    I will be writing about "Mosayile Kuthira Meenukal" directed by Ajith Pillai.
  • The "My Favorite Classic Movie" Blogathon for National Classic Movie Day

    I will be writing about "Chemmeen".

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