Gujarati farmers experienced an all-time low last month when the goats they rear stopped grazing.
'It was very strange,' explained Warp Dass, Manager of Rearing Association of Western India, 'It was as if they did not want any more food.'
When asked for the possible cause, Dass was quick to reply, 'Kabhie Alvida Na Kehna. It was a shame that such a film was made. The film deliberately preaches that goats should stop eating grass.'
Much of India has seen an uproar over this film, accusing it of relevant sins, much like the above. The argument presented to defend the film from such pertinent accusations is: 'This is fiction. Not a Guide or set of teachings. A depiction of what happens and why. Not a lesson in what to do.'
However, this defense is quickly crushed by members of the general Indian intelligentsia like Dass. They present a pithy and viable counter argument: 'No.'