Well it's not a big deal.. It's just a movie and people are enjoying it. Bollywood movies have started depicting the real life in Mumbai and India which is more logical. I like Madhur Bhandakar's movie for that matter. Hey i also saw this Upcomimg movie Barah Aana at the Pune film festival and i liked it very much. It's a comedy of real life and the movie is set in today's Mumbai. Aamir is endorsing it and u can watch his review on Barah Aana at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnZoChy9Ulo
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There is no justification for such acts. Films are made with the intention of making money, whatsoever and howsoever the methods are. There are no morality in films since 1975. Children and youths are getting spoiled, become violent, use abusive language on elders, as the 'heroes' / 'heroines' do in films. Cruel films are affecting children/youth psyche, creating havoc in environment. Such films should be banned.