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The other day, before leaving Dhaka for Rome, someone took us to the top floor of Eastern Plaza to buy cheap DVD's. While others looked at English film titles I looked desultorily at the Hindi ones. The shopkeeper enthusiastically approached me. I thought he was getting fresh: 'Aap ko pehley bhi kaheen dekha hai' (Who me?) 'Hum tum pay martay hain' (WHAT?) 'Kaisey kahoon kay pyar hay?' (Be-addob, khobordar!) 'Humein tumsay pyar ho gaya' (How dare you!) 'Aaja meri baahon mein' (Okay, you creep, that's it!) and just as I spat into my good hand, ready to administer the resounding slap worthy of a (middle aged) film heroine, the situation cleared up and the young man grinned and said, 'Waisa bhi hota hay,' I smiled bleakly and said 'No, its okay', but he shook his head and said 'Na, apa, eta 'Wais bhi hota hayPART 2.' I hrrrumphed and asked for some other titles. He reeled off rhyming film names like 'Mein Madhuri Dixit banna chahti hoon' and 'Main prem ki diwani hoon,' but by the time we got to 'Kaash aap humarey hotay' and 'Ishq hay tumsay' and 'Dil chahta hay' and 'Hum aap kay hain'(without the 'kaun' thus HAH and not to be mistaken with HAHK) my head was reeling. Just to prove that I was up on things I muttered that I might have seen 'Humara dil aap kay paas hay' and wasn't that with Aishwariya, I hazarded. He smiled pityingly and said I was thinking of the old 'Hum dil day chukay sanam.' I had to be helped out of the store, my dil and dimagh considerably debilitated. d2c66b5586