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|nlee, .Brok3nSoul., Sammaraxx, samicute, Ethereal-Path, Ninja.|
first of all, everyone here is entitled to their opinions in I-F. It's called Freedom of Speech!
Secondly: yes, i live abroad. Actually, in many countries other than India (even Australia for 4 years), where almost no one speaks a bit of Hindi, so I know how that feels. One doesnt keep in touch with his/her roots by simply watching films. You learn it by practicing the rituals with the family and reading about the cultures of India. You're not the only one living abroad, so get over yourself!
@sarun & mjht_one
guys I'm in the same boat with you two, we just don't watch bollywood movies to stay in touch but its just a cultural thing we like to do right?
I shuld be calling you's Aussie right mates hahaha
Love you Ranbir
@sarun: i live in brisi...
i also watch alot of bollywood movies but not to keep in touch with my roots, i have my family, festivals, language and culture which helps me stay in touch with my roots. so yeah...
anyway looking forward to seeing these 2 has a pair
and love u RK
Edited on:11 October 2012 at 2:37am
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