Mumbai: Explicitness of the lyrics of the song ‘Bhaag DK Bose’ in Aamir Khan’s ‘Delhi Belly’ will unleash a new genre of films, feels Ram Gopal Varma.
Talking to a daily, while expressing his gratitude towards Aamir, RGV said, "I think, it`s high time we all grew up. I really thank Aamir for forcing every one of us to grow up. I think the language and the explicitness will unleash a new genre of films which will more surely bring us closer to world cinema”.
The song which has caused much controversy owing to some lewd laced lyrics has caught filmmaker Varma’s fancy. On being asked if he is not perturbed with the song which raises moral concern, he said he loves Aamir and thanked him for forcing us to grow up.
"It`s brilliant," he said.
On being asked if they are morons who have been saying that the song is unfit on moral grounds and unsuitable for children RGV said, "Yes. I think Aamir is driving Indian cinema into a new age and I love him for that."
RGV, who hails from a very different school of thought, is in love with ‘Bhaag DK Bose’ while the same song has caused great discomfort to his contemporaries like ‘Ra.One’ director Anubhav Sinha.
Well…after having had rubbed many of his contemporaries the wrong way, RGV finally has something good to speak about. And why wouldn’t he. After all Aamir gave him one of his finest blockbusters in the form of ‘Rangeela’!