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Saturday, August 02, 2008

Mimicry

This was done a while back. The Ajit isn't that good, and this doesn't have my favorite one - Amol Palekar.

17 comments:

What's In A Name ? said...

daruun!!! Its one of my wacky hobbies too.... or former hobby perhaps. Needs much devotion.... this mimicry business. :)

But, u r good! always found the Amrish Puri thing tough to control.

Sanjeev Kumar's is my personal favorite tho. And of course my college registrar's. Have scared the daylights out of many by that act....many a time. :P

Will wait for your Palekar.

ArSENik said...

thanku thanku. I can do Sanjeev Kumar too. In fact, his voice was on the same lines as Palekar's. Sanjeev Kumar was actually my first 'victim' so to speak. Just got a bit tired doing him :)

I don't know if this happens to you, but I can't do certain types of voices at times. For eg., Amrish Puri had a very deep voice, as does Nana. So when I am doing them, at times, the thin voiced Sanjeev Kumar and Palekar don't come out right.

What's In A Name ? said...

Of course this happens. Like when out of practice for long enough, that is often, the rare ones like Utpal Dutta or Om Prakash or Pran doesn't come out all that well.

Anonymous said...

HAHAHA!! Dooooode, this is absolutely amazing!

Have you written the script?

ArSENik said...

@Ann: Thank you. No, there was no script. All pretty impromptu.

Anonymous said...

Do you act professionally or some such?

ArSENik said...

Don't we all, at some point during the day? Jokes, apart, no.

Mala said...

great job - i would have loved to see amol palekar though and i didn't think the 'Ajit' part was bad at all.

ArSENik said...

Thanks. Working on an Amol Palekar-Sanjeev Kumar combo whenever time and mood permit.

ad libber said...

(uncontrolled laughter)
that was brilliant!!

ArSENik said...

Thanks :)

Anonymous said...

bhai tomar dhakai jawa dorkar nei, bar bar tomare bogurai chai

ArSENik said...

@Ann: Ami buztasi na tumi ki koiso. So please English, Hindi or Ghoti Bangla plij!

Me, myself and Sumant. said...

Good stuff Arnie-da.

ArSENik said...

Thanks Sumant.

Psycho said...

That was funny... I loved Ajit's "suicide" ...

ArSENik said...

Thanks.

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