Before you all read our exclusive interview with the Bollywood music sensation (purely sarcastic, trust me) Anu Malik, here is a disclaimer about a content style in ED Times referred to as Fake Friendly Fridays. Here you go:

Fake Friendly Fridays is a section where we pick a famous personality and throw fake questions at him/her and in return, we receive fake answers. Why should you not take it seriously? Because it is fake.

If you still didn’t get it: This is a fake interview written purely on the basis of the author’s imagination of how the actual interview would have been if we got the chance to interview these famous (for all the wrong reasons) personalities in real. In short, just a good laugh.


*Fake Friendly Friday Anthem plays in the background.*

*camera zooms on the interviewer*

ED: “Good evening ladies and gentlemen. I welcome you all to yet another episode of THE MOST HAPPENING TALK SHOW EVER – Fake Friendly Fridays!

And today, my friends, I bring to you the biggest, the smartest, the most talented music director and singer to ever walk on the face of Earth – ANU….(drumrolls)…MALIK!!!”

Anu Malik

(loud sound of disappointment coming from the audience)

ED: “Oh come on guys, be a sport!”

(Soundtrack to the most horrendous remake of a shitty song – “Oonchi Hai Building, Lift Teri Band Hai” plays in the background)

Anu: “Udte udte yeh sunne mei aya hai, ED Times ki chaukhat pe Entertainment ka baap aya hai!

Shukriya mere priye darshako and special thanks to ED Times for inviting me to this show (which I literally forced you guys to).”

ED: “Umm…. the shayari was totally uncalled for but okay. So, Anu ji, we have heard that Indian Idol is coming soon with its 99th episode. Do tell our audience more about it.”

Anu: (Flashing his weird smile) “Yes, you’ve heard it right. That’s what I have come for. It’s promotion!”

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ED: “That we figured. So tell us what new can we expect in this season of Indian Idol given that it has already broken all records of being the world’s longest-running reality show.”

Anu: “Arre ask what is not new in this season! This season the singers will not only be given a platform to showcase their talent but also a chance to get into fake relationships, complete mindless and idiotic tasks and fight like animals with each other on every trivial issue just like they do in BIGG BOSS!”

(Silent gossiping starts in the audience)

ED: “But I don’t understand the logic behind this type of a singing reality show where less of singing and more of drama will be happening.”

Anu: “Who cares about logic when all you want is publicity for your show! Haha….nowadays what the Indian audience wants is controversies and something stupid to laugh about not a reality show where ordinary people show their talents. That’s boring stuff.”

ED: “Well, no comments on that because I have judged the public’s taste when they made Dhinchak Pooja famous. Ahem, moving on, you have been one consistent judge of this show for years. How’s that? Didn’t the producers ever think of getting a GOOD singer to judge the show for a change? #just saying!”

Anu: Arre, aise kaise dusra judge?

 Jaunga mai Lonavala khaane chocolate fudge, har season mei banunga mai hi Indian Idol ka judge!!!

When Chetan Bhagat can judge a dance reality show then why can’t I?”

(Interviewer immediately regretting her question)

ED: “Okaay. So moving on. Why don’t you share your latest musical project with our beloved audience? Which film are you composing music for these days?”

Anu: Chahe gora ho ya kaala ho, haatho mei kada pehena ho ya gale mei maala, maa kasam mast hojaega, jab dekhoge Shoot Out At Khandala!”

ED: “Meaning?”

Anu: “Meri shayari mei mat dhundo matlab, Nahi to paagal hojaoge tum sab ke sab”

ED: (losing her patience) “Okay, I think it’s time to end the interview here. Please give a huge round of applause for Mr. Anu Malik.”

Anu: “Jungle ka raja hota hai sher, Jaldi karo pack up, hogayi hai der!”

ED: (picking up her sandal) “Wow Anu Ji, now can I recite a shayari too?”

Anu: “Of course. Irrshaad.”

ED: “Band karo apni shayari, nahi ho raha handle, If you utter one more f**king word, Fek dungi mai apna yeh sandle!”

(Anu Malik runs for his life as the audience cracks up)

ED: (Heaving a sigh of relief) “So this brings ED Times’ exclusive interview with Anu Malik to an end. Do tune in for our FFF’s next episode!

Till then, Alvida, Khuda Hafiz!

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