Kismet Love Paisa Dilli: Has 'Don’t Fuff My Mind' crossed the line?

Kismet Love Paisa Dilli: Has 'Don’t Fuff My Mind' crossed the line? 0
Kismet Love Paisa Dilli: Has 'Don’t Fuff My Mind' crossed the line? 0

Delhi Belly may not have set the box office on fire but its DK Bose song sure has become a trendsetter. It has been followed by songs like Dil Garden Garden Ho Gaya and I Want Fakth You. Now Vivek Oberoi and Mallika Sherawat's upcoming release Kismet Love Paisa Dilli has a song with the punch line running Don’t Fuff My Mind. The song is picturised on Vivek and he has even lent his voice to the song humming a few lines.

Speaking to HT , producer Amit Chandrra insists that 'Fuff' is a word commonly used by youth and even went to the extent of saying "It is just a catch phrase, that's all."

The song has not been cleared by the Censor Board and will probably run into trouble but insiders say that the producer and director intend to use the same argument that Amir Khan used to ensure DK Bose escaped unscathed.

Ironically, Director Sanjay Khanduri was emphatic that the film did not have anything crude or vulgar like Delhi Belly or Kya Super Kool Hai Hum… which only makes the choice of wordings even more suspicious. Will the song catch the imagination of the youth? Or will this backfire as a cheap trick? The film is scheduled to be released on October 5th.


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Anonymous's picture

cheap song , cheap movie , cheap actor and director

Nabby H's picture

FUFF? Never heard that word being used before.

As for Nabby and Anon 14:38, stop acting like it's only Bollywood cashing in on using the F word. Britney just sang " If you seek Amy", a year or 2 ago, and it was on the radio all the time.
Lady Gaga recently sang a song called Sh!t (Scheiße ) , as if that wasn't gimmicky. I bet goras singing it didn't offend your delicate sensitivities.
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in a hurry to assume to much? Noone should be using that word in mainstream music. As for your knowledge, there are radio edits of those songs (actually most songs now since they all contain some sort of slang) which gets "bleeped" when playing on the radio. Unfortunately, that won't be the case with this Fuff song.

lovePConly's picture

If two wannabes will be cast in a movie the outcome will be such song only.

Voiceswriter's picture

I'm sure they meant to say "fluff" just like the entire plot of the movie.

Anonymous's picture

FUFF? Never heard that word being used before.

As for Nabby and Anon 14:38, stop acting like it's only Bollywood cashing in on using the F word. Britney just sang " If you seek Amy", a year or 2 ago, and it was on the radio all the time.
Lady Gaga recently sang a song called Sh!t (Scheiße ) , as if that wasn't gimmicky. I bet goras singing it didn't offend your delicate sensitivities.

Anonymous's picture

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It seems like the word "F*ck" has some sort of novelty in India, or at least in bollywood. Why is it such a big deal that that words like "fuff" "fakht" (I know that's an actual word in Marathi) are being used in songs that models after the actual word "f*ck"? Time to grow up much? This makes me feel like there's some sort of excitement behind the word "f*ck*. Same sentiment as when you're in grade school and during phys ed class, you just start to learn about the reproductive system and birth control options. Kids are giggling, excited and shy, all at the same time. I feel like that's the same type of feeling that these song writer and directors go through when they're writing such childish pieces.
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smart comment. but, i think the writers want their song to top the charts and cash on the excitement such words arouse into the masses. This is the level
creativity has stooped to in bollywood.

Anonymous's picture

cross what line :S...don't fuff my mind! lmao

Nabby H's picture

@pinkvillagirl... Thank you :D

Anonymous's picture

fuff is a commonly used word? Where? In India and fuffing Timbuktu?

is this the new 'cool and hip' word for fobs? haha

Pinkvillagirl's picture

Wed, 2012-09-19 07:05 — Nabby H
New
It seems like the word "F*ck" has some sort of novelty in India, or at least in bollywood. Why is it such a big deal that that words like "fuff" "fakht" (I know that's an actual word in Marathi) are being used in songs that models after the actual word "f*ck"? Time to grow up much? This makes me feel like there's some sort of excitement behind the word "f*ck*. Same sentiment as when you're in grade school and during phys ed class, you just start to learn about the reproductive system and birth control options. Kids are giggling, excited and shy, all at the same time. I feel like that's the same type of feeling that these song writer and directors go through when they're writing such childish pieces.
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OMG u r hella funny & intelligent both at the same time..thumbs up on ur comment :)

Catharina Amalia's picture

@nabby h LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLLOL!!!!

Anonymous's picture

I hope this movie flops just like jokes. Even the title is bad...

Nabby H's picture

It seems like the word "F*ck" has some sort of novelty in India, or at least in bollywood. Why is it such a big deal that that words like "fuff" "fakht" (I know that's an actual word in Marathi) are being used in songs that models after the actual word "f*ck"? Time to grow up much? This makes me feel like there's some sort of excitement behind the word "f*ck*. Same sentiment as when you're in grade school and during phys ed class, you just start to learn about the reproductive system and birth control options. Kids are giggling, excited and shy, all at the same time. I feel like that's the same type of feeling that these song writer and directors go through when they're writing such childish pieces.

Anonymous's picture

'Fuff' doesn't offend me, their stupidity does. Who thinks up this crap?

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