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Bollywood villain refuses to get tricked during the climax song; film gets extended by one hour

20, Jan 2016 By Beer & Biryani

Mumbai: In what is being regarded as a perfect example for evolving breed of villains, a villain from Bollywood movie “Angaarey Bane Baraf Ke Goley” has refused to get tricked into a trap laid down by hero-heroine pairs, extending the film playtime by 1 hour.

Villain asking the hero to be smarter after catching him red-handed
Villain asking the hero to be smarter after catching him red-handed

The trap sequence was being carried out smoothly with the help of police but it was during the climax song that villain used his intelligence to understand the ploy and spoil it for the hero camp.

Luring villains into song and dance, offering them alcoholic beverages to make them lose their sobriety and moving ahead fearlessly despite the risk of getting caught due to a poor disguise are some of the regular acts seen in Bollywood films.

Gazar Ne Kiya Hai Ishara (Oye Oye), Mujhko Rana Ji Maaf Karna, Choli Ke Peeche Kya Hai and Tu Cheez Badi Hai Mast Mast are some of the popular trap numbers that have successfully helped police in detaining the villains but this trick doesn’t seem to be working anymore.

The hero of the film is being blamed for spoiling the plot as he didn’t try anything in addition to applying a fake moustache. Even the color of fake moustache didn’t match his hair color making the entire unit go mad at him.

His irresponsible act had caused the film’s playtime to get extended by one hour, leaving the unit with 1 additional hour to trap the villain and get him arrested before calling it a day.

As per sources, the hero had begun a Bhangra Paale kind of move when the villain took notice of his fake moustache and decided to escape as early as possible but not without finishing the large whiskey drink in his glass; a clear indication that meticulous, fool-proof planning is a must for trapping the villains of current times.

Meanwhile, the hero squarely blamed the cops for the fiasco and said that even though the movie got extended by an hour, the cops still arrived an hour late like they always do. “Ye sab mile hue hai,” screamed Balwaan Khan, hero of the movie.