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 have a good laugh!
Today we have the current heartthrob of the country as our special guest in this segment, ladies and gentlemen, please welcome our very own desi superstar: Om Prakash Mishra!
* Bol na aunty aau kya plays in the background, Om Prakash enters shaking a leg on his oh-so classy music *
ED: Welcome, Om Prakash Mishra Ji… I must say, some classy music that!
Om: Oh, you heard it for the first time? Very bad madam, this should be up your playlist! This should be our youth anthem!
ED: Eh, haha.. sure, of course. So, how did you end up making this song?
Om: Do you know my best friend and greatest inspiration Dhinchak Pooja? I remember she came to your interview and talked about how her lyrics are inspired from real life. Same here, music is my life and lyrics are my story..
ED: Oh, you mean..ahem.. “sot lagana” is a regular activity in your life? That’s your story?
Om: Ji, bilkul. Toh aap ne kya samjha? Mein disco jata hu, sot lagata hu. You know.. ‘nikke nikke’ sot
ED: Ahem, Mishra Ji are you sure that’s what it means, your actions… eh, nevermind. So here’s a little peek into your mind-numbing (quite literally) music video for our audience.
*Om Prakash gets up sings along bol na aunty auu kya, claps along* *audience boohs*
Also, read: Dhinchak Pooja, India’s Most Melodious Singer Talks To Us On Fake Friendly Fridays
ED: Moving on, Mishra Ji what about the criticism you have received for the song? Do you realise it’s sexist, demeaning and vulgar?
Om: Sex.. ist? The song does not have sex, what are you saying? Sabko acha gaga gana, I am famous.
ED: Yeah, just like Anu Malik? Speaking of Anu, you auditioned for Indian Idol? Where did you get the confidence for that stupidity?
Om: Anu Ji is love. He is a god. He always inspired me to do good and then Pooja came into the music world. I am so inspired by both of them. In fact, I went to meet my guru of all time on Indian Idol and haan, me confident aur melodious toh hu hi.
ED: *doesn’t know whether to laugh or cry* OH, GREAT! So, Pooja is in this years’ Big Boss. You purposely made this weird song to end up there, right?
Om: *turning red* Dhinchak Pooja has inspired me so much. In fact, let me reveal a secret today in this interview. I AM GOING TO THE BIG BOSS HOUSE TO PROPOSE DHINCHAK POOJA.
*chaos in audience, people running around, laughter everywhere, noises*
ED: Om Prakash Mishra ji.. *interrupted*
Om: Poora toh batane dijiye, our official song for the wedding would be a duo. We’ll name our kid Gian.. *phone ringing* Who? Big Boss? Oh, yes. Myself Om Prakash. Yes, I’ll be there. Ek ghante mein flight? Okay.. *walks off*
ED: Ahm, that was Om Prakash Mishra with the saddest news ever. He is off to Big Boss, guys. To propose Dhinchak Pooja???!!? Ehh.. I think this is where the world ends. I hope Taher Shah gets invited to this wedding because it’s a battle of bad, worse and worst or is it?
This was it for todays’ segment. Tune in next week i.e. if we survive the torture that’s going to unfold!
Design Credits: Rishabh
Picture Credits: Google Images
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