The maverick director comes in defense of Tanmay's crass humour.
The raging debate in the country right now is whether Tanmay Bhat went too far in roasting Lata Mangeshkar and Sachin Tendulkar. People are fuming, celebs are fuming, the entire nation is fuming and it is looking very bleak for Tanmay at the moment. But he has a supporter of sorts and that person is the one and only Ram Gopal Varma.
Ramu has taken to Twitter once again to share his two cents on the matter. RGV started out by saying that AIB's spoof on the great singer was in very bad taste, but that was what AIB was all about, mocking prominent figures and ideas that hold dignity. In his subsequent tweets, he said that spoofs are meant to be just that, insulting humour which doesn't spare even the most pious or purest. Going all out in support of the infamous spoof, RGV concluded that spoofs are meant to be below the belt and that's how this kind of humour is practiced around the world.
Well, Tanmay and AIB can rejoice that at least they have someone backing them up. But then, this is RGV we are talking about and his words are always laced with heavy sarcasm and double entendres ( double meaning). So whether he is praising or bashing Tanmay is anybody's guess.
Meanwhile, RGV is nursing the wounds of his latest flop film Veerappan, which failed to make any impact at the box office.
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