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It can happen only in Indian Movies!

Baghban: Amitabh Bachchan & Hema Malini are separated right after Holi (remember Amitabh singing Holi khele Raghubeera?). They are said to be separated for six months, ie. from March to Sept. Within that six-month period, they celebrate Valentine's Day, which falls on Feb. 14, & karva chauth, which is usually observed in Oct. There is no way these two occasions could come between March & Sept.!

Lagaan: Lagaan was shot in the late 19th century. At that time, an over in cricket used to consist of 8 balls. But in this movie, an over has 6 balls. Maybe modern cricket learnt from the movie.

Amar Akbar Anthony: Three men donate blood at the same time to the same person.

Awwal Number: Dev Anand is an omnipotent genius former cricketer, captain, army chief, commissioner, you name it. & Aamir Khan carries a huge transistor in his pocket while batting!

Khalnayak: The police tracks the villain from an MS Word Document screen! (something that office team will be interested in).

Pyar Tho Hona Hi Tha: Kajol gets off the train to use the public toilet at the railway station & the train chugs off without her. Poor girl, little did she know that every train compartment has four toilets inside.

Khiladiyon Ka Khiladi: Akshay Kumar boards a Jet Airways flight to America. Well, well, some promotion for our Jet Airways, who are yet to get the US clearances to fly to that country.

Raja Hindustani: Navneet Nishan has short hair before marriage. After tying the knot, she acquires waist-length hair overnight. What a hair-raising experience!

Raja: Dilip Tahil empties a can of petrol over Madhuri Dixit. Minutes later, Sanjay Kapoor takes the same can & pours it over Dilip Tahil. That's what I call an auto-refill !

Guddu: Manisha Koirala & Shah Rukh are seen hanging on a parachute during a song. But when the song ends, they land on a glider. What a switch above sea level !

Tere Mere Sapne: Priya Gill is doing her BA. But, at the bus stop, she is carrying an electrical technology thesis by B L Thareja. What an electrifying interest!

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