Many physicists today postulate the existence of multiple universes, even when sober. We used to live in a world of infinite possibilities. Now we live in an infinite number of worlds. India shines. Democracy thrives. The economy booms. A hundred flyovers bloom. This is not that India. If you see your picture here one day, don’t worry. That’s not you.
In a move that has overjoyed ship owners across the world, the Censor Board of India has removed large chunks of the film ‘Titanic’, for ‘generating detrimental views about the shipping industry’, along with a total ban on ‘Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan’, for ‘unsympathetic portrayal of Muslim character.’ The US government has so far resisted demands by an enraged director James Cameron for drone strikes, as the Censor Board is located in a densely populated area of Mumbai.
This move comes soon after the Censor Board censored Prakash Jha’s film Chakravyuh, for ‘saying naughty things about Vedanta, one of India’s leading mining companies.’
“The automobile industry is also very critical,” said a Censor Board member, “Which means you should probably see Speed while it’s still legal.”
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