Unintentionally Funny, Must Watch Bollywood Movies: Junoon

It has been brought to my attention that recent posts may not have lived upto certain standards people’ve been used to. And even though no one outside of my Facebook Friends List reads this, I’d still like to think that that’s enough people worth improving for. Hence, this slight overhaul to the ‘Unintentionally Funny Movies’ series, vis a vis One Movie per post (Was that the correct usage?) , with minimum action descriptions! I mean, there’s only so much Ghaat I can explain in words, right? How do we go about it then? You shall find out soon enough.
In this edition, we’ll be dealing with the 1992 Mahesh Bhatt masterclass, Junoon.
Junoon tells the poignant tale of a love triangle between a man, a woman and a weretiger. Since I said that I’d refrain from the heady descriptions, I innovated a little. That’s right! Presenting ‘Junoon – The Graphic Novel!’ 


















Uh, I may have taken a few creative liberties with the end there, but that’s really the way it should’ve gone. And about my “awesome” graphics, this is still way better than the effects they generated in the actual movie… Which isn’t saying much, but still. I’m pretty sure you’ll get confused as to which character is which in some of the panels, but don’t worry! You’re still probably way better off on the confusion scale than some of the people who’ve actually seen this movie.
Tomorrow, or day after if I don’t feel like it today, The ‘Kidnap’ Comic Strip and why there’s enough silicon in that movie to give The Valley a run for its money.

Rating 4.52 out of 5
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18 Responses to “Unintentionally Funny, Must Watch Bollywood Movies: Junoon”

  1. Vibha Srivastava says:

    Tuts! u crack me up man! dnt mind if i link this to a couple of my friends… PS: I believe u already have fans among my sister’s friends.. one who actually added u as her friend!!Oh and yeh, this way is better… can take in more HIGH-larity per movie this way…

  2. Zed says:

    Haha..brillainto!

  3. KritikaRao says:

    i love the graphics!!!

  4. Prashant says:

    Dude the weretiger has quite the johnson!

  5. Sahil Rizwan says:

    Hahaha… That was supposed to be his tail… So much for comprehensible drawings.. =p

  6. witnwisdumb says:

    LOL. I lowed the “I lowe you”. =))

  7. Anonymous says:

    dont hate on junoon, man.i love it.its a classic in the true bollywood sense of the word. read all your posts – hilarious!anirudh k.

  8. Blueberry32 says:

    I stumbled upon this random;y I’ve read everything u’ve written.. been laughin retardedly for an hour!! Awesome work!!

  9. Anil Nair says:

    Awesome Work, Sahil !! Thanks for making us laugh!

  10. UWillNeverGuessMyNameFromMyEmail says:

    I am not sure if anyone has noticed but in the movie there was a song where the hero was trying to explain his love for the girl to his friend….however…with the song being picturized on only the two guys….the song took on a totally different meaning…..

  11. Sahil Rizwan says:

    Hahah! This movie is a classic in every sense of the term! From the weretiger special effects to the unintentionally homo-erotic songs. No doubt! XD

  12. ejaz says:

    i found out abt this site jus a week ago, boy!!! u have some talent… totally awesome, dude….

  13. Ramya says:

    I have been reading one review after the other since afternoon, and I am sure I look like a complete doofus (hehehe) sitting here and laughing to myself. Hilarious!! Keep it up!!

  14. Adi says:

    Best of the lot imo…

  15. Leela says:

    I was actually scared by this movie. Says a lot about me huh?

  16. Abhishek says:

    Okay the fifth panel made me go whaaaaaa he drew a thing on the weretiger then i realized wait that’s its tail.
    So its a tail right?

    And please do Clerk the epic Manoj Kumar movie a million times better than Jaani Dushman.

  17. shyal prasad says:

    the movie was realy owesome i enjoyed alot especialy the song(oh meri dilruba)

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