RGV’s Sanjeev Kapoor Biopic Is Tentatively Named ‘Ram Gopal Varma Ki Saag’

Ram Gopal Varma is the metaphorical eye of every shitstorm that hits the Hindi film industry. From making absolutely absurd cinema to being blatantly sexist on Twitter, RGV has done it all.

Recently, he made a small featurette with Mia Malkova called God, Sex and Truth. It was one of the weirdest viewing experiences I’ve ever had in my life. It’s a montage of, you know, Mia Malkova bathing and talking about how things feel great in her butthole. Overall, a typical RGV experience.

When we all thought that we had seen the best (read worst) of RGV, he surprised (or shocked. Whatever.) the internet with his maiden short film venture featuring Manchu Laxmi… err… we mean, her feet. It was an innovative… perceptive… film… Oh, hell! Who are we kidding! It was something a lot of us didn’t get.

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In a move that seems to be the only logical progression for Ram Gopal Varma’s eccentric directorial career, he wants to dip his toes in the huge ocean of Indian biographies. While most of the biographies can qualify as a full length advertisement about the subject the are made on, RGV seems to be concentration more on the art of the subject than his perceived genius.

Now, Ram Gopal Varma seems to have gotten his hands on Sanjeev Kapoor’s culinary book. Since people close to him were too afraid to suggest otherwise, Varma is treating this book like Kapoor’s biography. Putting his signature on this new project, RGV is all set to call it Ram Gopal Varma ki Saag.

If you’re still reading this, you are definitely too bored at work. Probably try finding a new hobby to put all your extra energy into. Also, this was a made up article to make you read this garbage because we’d rather have you read this than try and argue about random shit like the best SRK movie of all time. It’s Main Hoon Na btw.

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