”..I’ll enjoy a heart meal someday.”
(Saheb Bibi Golam, 1956)
Or whatever your name is.”
(Disco Dancer, 1982)
"He is college educated; so
he is a bit more notorious.”
The cops are searching for an outlaw played by Soumitra and wisely decided this was the best way to describe him to the populace.
[Beth says: Bengali stereotypes: clearly rooted in truth.]
(written and submitted by Halfway through the Dark)
"Don’t crate trouble because
of such triple matters.”
I generally associate crates of trouble - double, triple, or otherwise - with 70s Hindi masala, not with 50s Bengali melodrama. Who knew!
(Harano Sur, 1957)
"You don’t take care of his shits,
You go to the college.”
Trivia: This is the last line the grandfather says before he dies in the movie, leaving his grandson (the guy he’s cuddling with) [hero-producer-writer Kamal R Khan] behind to decipher the real meaning of his last words.
[Beth says: for those who are not familiar with it, Deshdrohi is decidedly the worst Indian movie I have ever seen. I once nominated it to be India’s The Room, if such a thing is needed.]
(written and submitted by John Lemon)