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Sunday, 29 July 2007


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Not the kind of Indian who should play Mohit?

Who the Hell is Mohit?, a relatively new writer to the popular on line news magazine The Spoof, is suing the publication. He wants production of Spoof! The Motion Picture moved from Hollywood to Bollywood (Indian home of movie and television production).

Magazine editor Mark Lowton was upset at being served the papers. "He's suing me! He's suing me and he's listed my mustache as co-defendant! Who the hell does Who the Hell is Mohit think he is? I'll take away his points! I'll take his points and give them all to a writer with real talent, ...like Chester!"

In a statement, Mohit claimed that he was upset at the individual cast to play him. "I'm an Indian, from India," he said. "They've got Jay Silverheels, who used to play Tonto in The Lone Ranger playing me! It's just not right!"

"We'll make the movie over here and everyone will be played by Indians now. No more Rachel McAdams for the Queen! No more Gary Coleman for Cal Jennings! We'll even get an Indian elephant to play Cal's sister and a savage Bengal Tiger to play Britney's Vagina. How's that for a wild pussy?"

Buck E. Filbert, Spoof writer and Hollywood liason for the project, was not upset. "As long as there's vaginas in it, I'm happy."

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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