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Your list of rules for Govinda is like, the total opposite to mine :)

I LOVE that I can now add Tan Badan (hahah I have a post coming up about my OBSESSION with the non-existence of this film) to my list of films I must own because they are 'referenced' in Om Shanti Om.

Like the SILVER PANTS OF AWESOME aren't reason enough.


Sigh. It's the hair. He ends up looking like a drowned rat.

I'm trying to think if there are exceptions to the rule. Hatya may provide one of them, will have to have another look at the rain scene there.




You know, you're right on that one. Okay, okay, I may have to rethink the wet rule. :-)


Yah!!! I want to own Tan Badan on dvd with English subs. I saw it sooo long ago when I was younger. I will definitely do a Govinda recap post soon!


@Vanessa: I have to change the wet rule. I've been shown so many great wet Govinda clips in the last day, that I think there may have to be a change to it.

@Nicki English subs would be brilliant -- right now, I'd even settle for a VCD without them just to be able to see the whole thing. Looking forward to your recap post!

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