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BJP and Congress to spend whole Winter Session watching movies in Parliament

09, Nov 2012 By Sandeep Kadian

New Delhi. After BJP leader Sushma Swaraj woke up to the serious threat to Hinduism by Bollywood movies, as was originally pointed out by a Mahila Congress leader, both BJP and Congress have decided to join hands to discuss Bollywood movies during the upcoming winter session of the Parliament.

Addressing a press conference, Minister of State for Information & Broadcasting (Independent charge), Mr. Manish Tewari said, “We fully agree with Sushma ji, it is about time we discussed Bollywood movies in the parliament. We need to discuss something important for a change after wasting so many parliament sessions on trivial issues like Coalgate, CWG, 2G, Arjun Rampal… Sorry Jan Lokpal… See, it is so hard to even remember the names of such minor issues!”

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Such scenes will be reviewed by the MPs

“Now we can focus on SOTY & OMG and every other movie where something offensive may have been said,” he added.

Kamal Nath, the new Parliamentary Affairs Minister has also supported Sushma Swaraj. He said, “I was worried that the first session of the parliament after I became the minister will be lost to Salman Khurshid, Nitin Gadkari, and Robert Vadra, but thankfully, we will discuss Alia Bhatt instead.”

Speaker of Lok Sabha, Ms. Meira Kumar too has welcomed this decision by the political parties to discuss the Radha song in the parliament. She said, “I am tired of saying baith jaaiye during every session. I swear I won’t say baith jaaiye if some MPs dance to this song to re-enact the song in parliament.”

BJP leaders have thanked Congress leaders for such generosity and have promised that the party would work with Congress to ban any movie that hurt political sentiments too apart from religious ones, especially movies like Kissa Kursi Ka, which was banned for being based on emergency, or Amu, which failed to release in cinema halls for being based on 1984 riots.

4 movies hum unke ban karwaayenge, 4 movies woh humaare ban karwaayenge,” Nitin Gadkari, the BJP President explained the agreement between Congress and BJP for the Winter Session.

Sources inform us that preparations have already been made to put a giant projector screen in both the houses of the parliament where every Bollywood movie released this year will be played to find out offensive items in these movies.

Kapil Sibal, specializing in finding offensive items online, has been especially requested to be present during every screening.

Sources further claim that Jism 2 may get more than one show due to the probability that there was a lot more offensive content in that film, which otherwise is not noticed as people concentrate only on Sunny Leone during the first show.

The mango man of India wasn’t much impressed with this development though. Aam Singh, a common man said, “World is definitely going to end in December 2012. First Congress and BJP agreed that Kejriwal was a bad guy and now they agree again?”

However, some filmmakers were very happy with this decision.

Ram Gopal Verma tweeted from his account, “They will show Bhoot Returns during winter session of the parliament. FINALLY someone will see the film.”

“Though I hope they don’t interpret it as being offensive to re-election of Barack Obama, and ban it!” he tweeted again.