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Jailbait

05 Nov

So… Rahul Mahajan’s playing Rakhi Sawant in a turban. If he has the moobs for it, he’s thankfully keeping it to himself.

Some people would call his a remarkable life. I would term it unfortunate. In the span of 33 years, the man has lived through his father’s shocking murder at the hands of his uncle along with its nasty consequences, an OD-related drug bust and the death of his father’s assistant who was partying with him at the time, a hurried marriage that ended in rumors of spousal abuse, a seedy reality show, and the kind of celebrity that makes you wonder what the world is coming to.

And now comes Rahul Dulhaniya Le Jayega, a show that seeks to combine several elements of the kind of shenanigans that made him famous. Bet he didn’t know that one of them would be women inmates from Bhopal’s Central Jail.

Apparently heartened by his attraction to former gangster’s moll Monica Bedi, nine ladies from the Central Jail would like Rahul to live up his wild side and give l’amour a try inmate style:

“These nine prisoners, including convicts and undertrials, have moved applications, seeking permission to participate in the TV ”Swayamvar” of Rahul, son of BJP leader Pramod Mahajan,” Bhopal Central Jail Superintendent P D Somkunwar told PTI today. […] “These women are very much interested to take part in the TV show and after moving applications they have started wearing lipsticks and dressing up, much to the surprise of other inmates,” Somkunwar said.

Sing it sister! It’s Bandini for the new millenium!

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8 Comments

Posted by on November 5, 2009 in Celebrity, Entertainment, Video

 

8 responses to “Jailbait

  1. Safar vs. Suffer

    November 5, 2009 at 2:55 pm

    So lemme guess what happens next. Rahul sounds all hopeful and happy on TV but not so in real life… He sobs every night into his pillow, begging God to send him his soul mate… Enter twist in story — he slurs and says “cell” mate (couldn’t resist pulling this bit from “that” astro column, wink wink) instead, and voila! God “The King of Semantics” happens to be in an active-listening mood…

    Fast forward to final episode where Rahul introduces his “cell” mate from Central Jail: “Yeh hai meri zindagi ka naya Suffer.” 😛

     
  2. pitu

    November 5, 2009 at 2:59 pm

    “Kya aap banegi meri humsafar”? Yeah, so he can beat her up like he did his ex-wife :-p *VOMIT* I couldn’t find the old Mid-Day page anywhere but remembered Sakshi had put it on her blog. They shd do a one hour interview of Shweta’s before his show begins :/

    http://sakshijuneja.com/blog/2006/11/20/rahul-mahajan-a-wifebeater-fabrication-or-reality/

     
  3. sachita

    November 5, 2009 at 4:05 pm

    Genetics @ fault, huh? may be rahul took more after his uncle than Dad. Pramod Mahajan might have been a regular indian politician but whatever the man’s fault, this sort of foolishness wasnt his problem.

     
  4. Gradwolf

    November 5, 2009 at 10:55 pm

    Aargghh worstu!

     
  5. A Cynic in Wonderland

    November 6, 2009 at 6:44 am

    hahahah. i used to wonder who would want to register for the show. NOW i get it.

    Also pls to check out raaz pichle janam ka promo. We NEED your review on that.

     
  6. Amrita

    November 6, 2009 at 1:19 pm

    SvsS – hahahaha! You should be writing the script!

    Pitu – I already linked to that 😀 Sakshi’s got a Rahul fascination comparable to my Ekta mata fever.

    Sachita – no, he wasn’t such an altu flatu creep, I agree. Wasn’t beaten in the face with the pudgy stick either.

    Adithya – hee hee hee, what else do I live for?

    Cynic – aiyyo! I saw Pitu’s post on it and nearly died laughing.

     
  7. Amey

    November 6, 2009 at 3:18 pm

    Gives a whole new meaning to the word “conjugal visit”. Are they adding 9 more contestants – policewomen to keep watch on the prisoners? 😉

     
  8. memsaab

    November 6, 2009 at 3:43 pm

    I’m glad that mine aren’t the only people who act like idiots on national television.

     
 
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