Snakes, milk, and other films

The things one wakes up to. For instance Indiequill’s amazing post on Nagin.

Unfortunately the mind must make connections, and I suddenly remember watching this awful film called Dhoodh Ka Karz. (Debt of Milk?). Suffice to say a woman gives a snake her breastmilk and the snake is forever grateful. Please to watch this brief scene where it happens. It’s so weird that I am almost tempted to tag it as NSFW.

If ever there was a reason for snakes to turn vegan, here’s one.

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14 Responses to Snakes, milk, and other films

  1. Prasoon says:

    That last line brought around a smile. How the hell did you conjure that up from thin air? 🙂


  2. That was absolutely surreal!


  3. Kavi says:

    OMG ! Phew. I know that these kinds of movies were around. But i am seeing one for the first time here.

    I mean….

    I mean….

    well. I am speechless !


  4. the animal welfare board will possibly ensure that scenes like that never come on our screens again ! cruelty to animals and all that.
    on a different tack – have you seen ‘tere meherbaaniyaan’ Jackie shroff plays a cop who is killed before the interval, and his dog takes revenge ! really !


  5. Gigi says:

    You are as bad as Greatbong and his Mithun dialogs 🙂


  6. Dibyo says:

    Wow. This is a find. Brilliant work, Nehavish.


  7. Banno says:

    🙂 I remember all too well that breastfeeding a snake scene. Sadly, too well.


  8. Cantwawnmow says:

    Hi, nice posts there 🙂 express’s concerning the intriguing word


  9. Praveen says:


    This one is a sexyyy Nagin.

    Mallika Sherawat as Nagin in Hissssss!



  10. shakester says:

    i really dont know whether to thank you for that, or…..what


  11. I didn’t want to say it, but I thought “woman breastfeeding cobra” could have been accomplished far more entertainingly minus a bowl. Having said that, I understand there’s a body double…but really?


  12. Yuva says:

    .;) movies like these are the reason why Russell peters make those awesome comments about indian movies. if not for anything atleast these kinda movies are used to make good stand-up comedians… 😉

    but to me someone thought of such id/scene and the way s/he would have explained to other during storyboard discussion… wo.. ;D)


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