The fact that Udta Punjab has had an elaborate, complex and a tumultuous battle with the Pahlaj Nihalani-led Censor Board has been quite meticulously documented in the past fortnight.
Predictably, the whole episode has also led to multiple spoofs, memes and general mockery of the Censor Board and its bizarre, archaic ways of conducting itself.
But it's this latest clip bludgeoning the Board that is truly gutsy for it brings alive a fantasy that most Bollywood filmmakers must be harboring against the autocratic chief of CBFC.
The clip, produced by Postpickle.com, has several obvious real-life references (to Anurag Kashyap, Rohit Shetty, and David Dhawan) and shows Nihalani as a character who's so pro-censorship that he feels offended even when women buy bananas (they're vulgar).
For all it's censorship-related jokes, what makes the clip worth watching is its brutally satisfying end -- all with the soundtrack tuned to Gangs of Wasseypur's now-famous dialogue 'Teri Keh Ke Loonga.'
We're not sure what Pahlaj Nihalani will feel like after watching this, but you will be quite thrilled.
Here, watch the clip below.
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