My Name is Khan breaks Indian cultural prejudices.

Wed 17th Feb 2010 10:30 PM
My Name is Khan breaks Indian cultural prejudices.
My Name is Khan breaks Indian cultural prejudices.
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My Name Is Khan,’ in the magical combo of Shahrukh Khan, Kajol and Karan Johar is declared a world wide hit. Despite the red liners by few critics, movie is making a dream run and a reasonable sustaianance breaking the cultural prejudices associated with Indian communities.

My Name Is Khan, iam not a terrorist’ the main one liner of the movie had caught the market trying to break the stereotypes in minds about the opinions on various Indian communities. Few one liners which youth have creatively carved out are:

‘Iam Marwari but iam not stingy of money’ – Marwari’s in India are considered as Kanjus babu’s who most of the time roll around money.

‘Iam Sardar, but iam not a dumb’ – Sardar’s in India are considered as dumb and many jokes like ‘Santa Banta’ and few more make rounds in Internet targeting their dumbness, but actually they are the best businessmen in World.

‘Iam Malayali, but I don’t live in Gulf’ – Malayali’s from Kerala region are considered as people who migrated to the Gulf regions in making a lot of money.

‘I am a Sindhi, but I’m not rolling in money’ – Sindhi’s from Pakistan borders are known for minting money with their entire family members based in businesses.

These are the just few one liners that followed ‘My Name Is Khan’ but there are more cultural diversities in India which is actually the beauty of Indian national fabric. It is a bit of General Knowledge that ‘My Name Is Khan’ is spreading off.

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