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Kung Fu Pandit to Na Fast Na Furious: AIB sanskari posters are bang on

AIB’s sanskari Hollywood posters are all kinds of funny. From Daniel Craig’s Sanskari Inspectre to Kung Fu Pandit, this is the funniest thing you will see today.

hollywood Updated: Apr 12, 2016 10:11 IST
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No Ford Mustangs, the sanskari avatar sees Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson driving an Ambassador complete with a beacon and nimbu-mirchi. The film: Na Fast Na Furious.

Ever imagined saree-clad Charlie’s Angel or Hulk in a Kathakali get-up? So here are the posters of the Hollywood superhits, ‘censored’ by comedy collective All India Bakchod to suit the Indian ‘sanskari’ sensibilities.

AIB has come up with a bunch of fake movie posters called “Sanskari Hollywood Posters”. Rambo is transformed into Jai Ho Rambo where Sylvester Stallone is seen donning a sacred cloth like a sage. Fast and Furious is deemed to be too fast for us so we get Na Fast Na Furious where Vin Diesel and Paul Walker look perfect politicians and don khadi to boot. No cool cars either, we get a lal batti Ambassador instead.

Read: Thought it sensible to grant The Jungle Book U/A certificate, says Pahlaj Nihalani

Hulk is transformed into a Kathakali dancer in the poster titled The Incredible India Hulk. The cute Kungfu Panda becomes Kungfu Pandit; saree-clad Charlie’s Angels are renamed Pavitra Apsaraye; Daniel Craig of Spectre will be seen as Sanskari Inspectre and finally Captain America is rechristened Peshwa Bajirao avatar titled Peshwa Amrica.

This came days after the internet went furious over the Central Board of Film Certification of India (CBFC) head Pahlaj Nihalani’s decision of giving The Jungle Book a U/A certificate. Nihalani said that it was scary for kids and the 3D effects are scary because the animals seem to jump right at you.

Check out the posters here...

First Published: Apr 11, 2016 11:16 IST