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One year of #DeMonetisation – Parody- Baar Baar Fenko is going viral


A small parody, dedicated to the biggest parody ever in India…Celebrating 1 Year of ‘demon’etisation –

We are Happy to give this to you, so that you shall sing this on streets, schools and wherever you are on 8th of November, 2017.

The Demonetisation Parody, as we call it, dedicated to One Year of Demon-etisation in India Keep sharing. Keep spreading.

बार-बार फेंको, एक छोटी सी पैरोडी है..जो समर्पित है, देश में गाई गई; सबसे बड़ी पैरोडी – नोटबंदी के नाम…अब जब इस ऐतेहासिक दुर-घटना को एक साल होने वाला है, तो हम आपके हाथ में सौंप रहे हैं, नोटबंदी की बरसी…माफ कीजिएगा, सालगिरह मनाने के लिए यह डीमॉनेटाइज़ेशन पैरोडी…इसको गाते हुए सड़क-स्कूल सब जगह जाइए…लोगों को सुनाइए..सुर में गाइए, बेसुरा गाइए…शब्द नीचे दिए हैं, याद कर लीजिएगा.

The Banned Team – Rossi (Vocal, Harmonica-Guitar) Dhamma Rakshit (Vocal, Melodica/Pianica) Siddharth (Vocals) Mayank (Bongo, Djembe, Vocals),

Ramnee Ramneek – Direction,

DoP Mithun – Direction Asstt.,

Facebook Live Broadcast

Video Editors – Sushant Sawant Walter D’souza

Original Track – Baar Baar Dekho (China Town, 1962)

Original Composition – Ravi

Recreated Composition – Rossi, Dhamma Rakshit

New Lyrics – Mayank Saxena

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#India- Not to miss: Modi sir’s history class #mustread #Feku #Namo


Scene: A group of impish-looking students are sitting in a class in session. The teacher is seated in a chair on a slightly-elevated podium and speaking to them.

Modi: History is treacherous. At times, you make it. At times, it makes you. Sometimes it forgets you. Some other time you forget it. That last one plagues me.

A student: Sir, you were telling about how Biharis defeated Alexander The Great.

Modi: Oh yes. See, how I forget. Anyway, I told you how Alexander’s army conquered the entire world, but was defeated by the Biharis. That’s the might of this land.

Another student: But sir, Alexander defeated by the Biharis…?!

Modi: That’s why I keep saying an understanding of politics is crucial to learning history. Not all gaffes are meant for guffaws. Historical gaffes can be political. Likewise political gaffes can be historic, too!

What I meant to say about Alexander was not easy to understand. Let me explain. A young Chandragupta Maurya met Alexander at one of his camps near Taxila. Greek historian Plutarch makes a mention of this meeting in his famous book ‘Parallel Lives: Life of Alexander’. Chandragupta wanted Alexander’s help in ridding India of the tyrannical rule of the Nanda dynasty. However, the meeting did not fructify and Alexander apparently lost his temper and asked the young Chandragupta to leave his camp.

Now you see the correlation here. Chandragupta was a Bihari. Even if that’s in doubt, he and his successors ruled Bihar for more than a couple of centuries. Right?

Students, in a chorus: Right, sir.

Modi: And Alexander lost something when he met Chandragupta, even if it was his temper only. Right?

Students, in a chorus: Right, sir.

Modi: That’s what I meant to say: Alexander was defeated by the Biharis. That’s the might of this land. Am I crystal clear now?

Students, in a chorus: Right, sir.

Modi: There is another angle to prove how I was cent per cent right about Alexander.

After Chandragupta became the king, he became well known in the Hellenistic world for conquering Alexander the Great’s easternmost satrapies, and for defeating the most powerful of Alexander’s successors, Seleucus I Nicator, in battle.

Now you re-analyse what I had said. I said: Alexander’s army conquered the entire world, but was defeated by the Biharis. That’s the might of this land. Did I say Alexander or Alexander’s army?

Another student: Sir, but you also said Taxila, the learning hub of ancient times, was in Bihar.

Modi: Yes, I did. And I stand by it even today. See, Bihar, then called Magadh, was the seat of power. It ruled India, a name which did not exist then. So where could Taxila be?

Students, in a chorus: Bihar, sir.

Another student: But then, you recently said Nehru did not attend Patel’s funeral and they flashed photographs of a grim-looking Nehru at his funeral.

Exactly. Nehru was Patel’s friend of a lifetime. He was too shocked to be there mentally. Physically, he might have attended the funeral. But did I specify mentally or physically?

Students, in a chorus: No, sir. You did not.

Modi: Any more questions? Or should we wrap up the class? Where is the monitor?

A bearded, healthy-looking student, who goes by the name of Master Shah, casts a menacing look at the students who obediently rise to leave the room.

The curtain falls.

All the characters used in this one act play are imaginary. Any resemblance to anybody in politics is merely coincidental.


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मेरी बात सुन कर देखो हँसना नहीं 

आडवाणी जी मिले मुझे रस्ते में

खाई उनकी blessing मैंने सस्ते में

उसने कहा तुझे मैं अपना डिप्टी बनाऊँ

तेरे साथ रह के मैं पीएम इन वेटिंग बन जाऊँ

आडवाणी को बोला मैंने ना बाबा ना

ये घटिया प्लान ले के तू मेरे पास ना आना

मुझे बनना है एक दिन देश का पीएम

उसके लिए चाहे लगे गोली या बम

देश के अंदर मैं अशांति फैलाऊँ

और By God 400 सीट जीत जाऊँ

मेरे प्लान से डरती है सारी दुनिया

सुषमा जी तो कहती हैं मुझे बड़ा काइयाँ

पीएम बनना है ज़रूरी मेरे लिया बड़ा

उसके बाद मैं हाथ मारूँगा और तगड़ा

मुझे पीएम तो बनने दो आप एक बार

खोल दूँगा मैं आपके लिए ऐसे ऐसे द्वार

पेट्रोल मैं बेचूंगा सिर्फ दस रुपये लीटर

बिजली के उतरवा दूँगा सारे मीटर

सोना मिलेगा सिर्फ हज़ार रुपये प्रति किलो

और दारू तो भाई will freely flow

मेरे इस ऑफर को तो मित्रों no one can resist

मैं सच कह रहा हूँ I am very pessimist

मैं सब सच कहता हूँ आपकी कसम

मैंने किया नहीं दंगा, ना फोड़ा है बम

मेरी बात सुन कर देखो हँसना नहीं

मैं किसी नशे के बस मे नहीं

मैं तो अभी 63 साल का छोटा बच्चा हूँ

सारी दुनिया मुझे कहती है एक फेंकू

मैंने पिया नहीं है दारू या चरस

आज है भैया बस फेंकू दिवस





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Egytian Satirist Bassem Youssef arrives at court in satirical style #FOE


Egyptian satirist Bassem Youssef arrives at High Court wearing outsized version of hat worn by President Morsi in Pakistan university ceremony; rejects claims he ‘insulted’ president and Islam on TV show
Ahram Online , Sunday 31 Mar 2013
Bassem Youssef

Egyptian TV host Bassem Youssef arrives at high court on Sunday in a satirical style poking fun at President Mohamed Morsi by wearing a mock graduation cap similar to one worn by the Egyptian leader when he received an honorary doctorate in Pakistan last month (Photo:

Renowned TV satirist Bassem Youssef arrived at Egypt’s High Court on Sunday morning in response to an arrest warrant submitted by the country’s top prosecutor.

Youssef turned up at the court wearing an outsized version of the hat worn by President Morsi when he received an honorary doctorate from a university in Pakistan in early March.

The prosecutor-general ordered Youssef’s arrest on Saturday after a number of complaints were made against him for allegedly insulting President Mohamed Morsi, denigrating Islam and spreading false news with the aim of disrupting public order.

During a phone interview with popular TV anchor Lamees El-Hadidy on Saturday night, Bassem Youssef rejected the accusation that he had insulted Islam.

“We are not the ones who insult religion, all we do is expose the channels that have misused religion and harmed it more than anyone else. If there is anyone who has insulted religion it is those who use Islam as a weapon for political reasons,” he said, adding that he is determined defy those who “have disfigured my religion [of Islam].”

When asked by El-Hadidy if he had insulted the president, Youssef said, “President Mohamed Morsi? How can anyone insult him, he is the first elected president.”

TV satirist Bassem Youssef also complained that he was not officially summoned for questioning before he received an arrest warrant on Saturday and that this is against legal procedures.

“I was never called for a hearing before [the arrest warrant] was issued, which is the legal norm, and we were surprised to hear the news via the media,” Youssef said via Facebook on Saturday, adding that he would go to the prosecutor-general’s office on Sunday at 9:30am.

Youssef hosts weekly satire show El-Bernameg (The Show) on private satellite channel CBC.

The complaints were filed by 12 people after Youssef’s 1 March episode in which he mocked the president’s interview with TV anchor Amr El-Leithy in February.

In January, a number of Islamist lawyers filed a separate lawsuit against Youssef for “undermining the standing of the president” during his show but the charges were dropped before the case reached court.

Youssef said he would make himself available to the office of the prosecutor-general on Sunday.

Dozens of supporters of Bassem Youssef rallied outside the office of the prosecutor-general in solidarity with the renowned satirist.




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