Saturday, May 24, 2008

strange things to say and genesis

Sagar Ballary's been riding the carpet of success ever since Bheja Fry became a hit at the box office. The niggling detail that it's based quite generously on and without attribution to Francis Veber's play keeps coming up in interviews and the answers aren't always pleasant.

Why was Bheja Fry the scene by scene copy of a French film?

It was not. There are minor changes that a common man will not notice.

This is the common man who had no small part to play in the success of the film.

Meanwhile, elsewhere, thanks to a pointer from Aditya, we find out more about the birth of the Nose.

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