Hindu Mahasabha's Omji Maharaj, whose tall claims of reviving the dead through tantra and turning the path of missiles puts him in the same category as that of Aang, The Last Air Bender, has now told his fellow contestants that a movie is being made on his life. Because, why not?
The biopic, he brags during a laundry task, has a budget of Rs 100 crore and artistes -- both Indian and foreign -- have lined up to meet him. As his amused housemates in Bigg Boss 10 egg him on, the self-styled tantrik says he will play the titular role. Obviously.
"There are terrorists in the film, script's ready... yes I have a financer," he says as Manoj Punjabi and Manveer Gurjar, barely being able to keep a straight face, ask him for a chance to work in his film. Omji, who has repeatedly made disparaging remarks about women since he first entered the reality show, is now arguably the most-deplored among the ragtag mix of celebrity and non-celebrity characters.
The colourful godman, who claims to have an "army" of right wing activists outside, and has earlier threatened both Lopamudra Raut and Monalisa, is seen telling Manveer that he can, with his special tantrik powers, fix the soured relationship between him and his father.
Such outrageous are his claims that even host Salman Khan is seen repeatedly taking digs at him during the weekend chat with the housemates.