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The audience was in splits when Deepika Padukone, dressed in a half saree, her hair adorning a gajra, mouthed Hindi with a heavy south Indian accent in the recent blockbuster Chennai Express. Apparently, she had to put in some preparation into her role of Meenalochni Azhagusundaram. "I don't understand why people are jumping to conclusions. "For years, our films have been based in Punjab but now a few films have started setting their stories in south India. Chennai Express is a comedy and a largerthan- life film so the dialogues were meant to be funny," she added.
Deepika's bokwaas Hindi, haallwai, mai idhar aati tum kidhar jaati lingo was meant to infuse humour in Rohit Shetty's over-the-top action comedy. We all are south Indians - Rohit is a south Indian and I think except for Shah Rukh Khan, most of the crew was from the South. Deepika is trying to insist Bollywood films are making a gradual shift from an overdose of the Punjab flavour but she seems to miss the point that the films are not looking beyond accent and peculiarities while depicting different communities.
The overwhelming Punjabification of Bollywood is evident from the fact that north India is mostly represented in our films by Punjabi characters and characteristics.
QUIRK FACTOR: Kolkata's trams, bylanes, ubiquitous slums, Durga puja fervour and distinct Bengali pronunciation added to the mood of the thriller Kahaani.
Sujoy Ghosh incorporated the flavour of the city in a manner that it elevated the film's drama quotient. in Darjeeling and Kolkata, and the Bong factor was appreciated by the audience.
On the other hand, Abhay Deol as the Tamil bureaucrat Krishnan brought alive the nuances of the community without caricaturing the same in Dibakar Banerjee's Shanghai QUIRK FACTOR: The Punjabi community has ruled Bollywood scripts mostly because it allows room for lavish masala entertainment.
Over-the-top Punjabi humour, extravagant weddings, glittering Karva Chauth ceremonies, Punjabi rap, Patiala peg, Patiala salwar, lassi and sarson ke khet are but a few musts in our films, all of it thanks to the success Yash Chopra and Karan Johar productions have seen.