'Hot Bipasha real reason for global warming'
Bipasha Basu should be India's environment minister because she was "the real reason for global warming all over the world." Read on to know who said this...india Updated: Jun 15, 2009 20:59 IST
Bipasha Basu should be India's environment minister because she was "the real reason for global warming all over the world."
This was the choice of International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards hosts Boman Irani and Riteish Deshmukh who unveiled their dream cabinet before a packed auditorium at the Chinese resort here as the annual event marked its 10th anniversary.
The comic duo announced their choice that they said should have been appointed by Bollywood after the recent elections, much to the delight of the 15,000 strong crowd here on Saturday night.
Director Ashutosh Gowariker should be agriculture minister for what he had done for the rural community with his hit film Lagaan; Raakesh Roshan, the coal minister because his successful film Koyla had shown that he knows everything there is to know about the black product; and Katrina Kaif should be the youth affairs minister because every youth wanted to talk to her, the pair added.
Aamir Khan should be home minister because all he did for eleven months in every year was sit at home and then just release a single film in the last month.
Akshay Kumar, shown on screen with his face on a Rs1,000 note, should be the finance minister because with the money he makes he could finance almost the entire population.
"Slumdog Millionaire" star Freida Pinto would do well in the post of minister for overseas and foreign affairs because she knew exactly how to start an affair abroad, Irani jested.
Always on the defensive, Salman Khan would make the ideal defence minister and Malika Sherawat could occupy the new position of minister for the upliftment of the downtrodden.
Others in the Irani/Deshmukh cabinet would be Sunny Deol as law and transport minister ; Yash and Aditya Chopra of 'Punjab Power' fame for their film Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi as joint power ministers; and Viveik Oberoi as telecommunications minister because he knew how to make calls quickly when necessary.