Kathmandu: Sensing a big opportunity in a rather contrasting tragedy, Bollywood director Ram Gopal Verma has decided to make a movie based on Nepal’s earthquake that killed thousands. Title of the movie would be ‘RGV ka Bhookamp’, our source revealed.
To feel the pain of dead earthquake victims that he thinks would help him bring ‘life’ to the movie, RGV also did a recce of devastated zones on the day earth shook, similar to his much publicized visit to Taj Mahal Hotel in the aftermath of 26/11 attacks in Mumbai, that many cynics viewed as ‘Terror-Terrorism’ at that time.
RGV had to travel to Nepal via a chartered flight, since all planes sent by India to Nepal originally meant to carry relief materials and rescue personnel, were jam-packed with Indian journalists and their media gears.
RGV is said to have interacted with half a dozen people who were trapped under the rubble, asking empathetic questions like, “Aapka Sab Kuchh Tabaah Ho Gaya, Kaisa Lag Raha Hai.?” (You lost everything in this tragedy, How do you feel?) and “India Aur Modiji ne Aapko Bacha Liya is Tabaahi Mein, Shukriya Adaa Nahin Karenge Unka?” (India and its Modi saved you in this disaster, Won’t you take pain to thank him?)
Indian media journalists, already bored with asking these Ghise-Pite (old repetitive) questions to victims, were jubilant with his presence and crowded him to ask about his movie. This Teekhi Mirchi reporter barely saved himself from this stampede like situation.
Many Nepalese, already pissed-off with Indian media and fed-up with answering ridiculous questions like this, tweeted with hashtag #GoBackRGV, that instantly became top trending topic in Nepal.
Bollywood sources close to Teekhi Mirchi revealed that RGV is considering offering prestigious Dada Saheb Falke Award Winner actor Vivek Oberoi in lead role for this movie. He will perform role of an Indian media journalist, who
rubs salt on wounds of interviews earthquake victims and tells their tragic stories to tearful viewers.