Dreamz Diving – A Nightmare!


I was only 7 when I first heard the words, “don’t look under the bed, there’s a monster underneath”. Back then, I shuddered at the thought of this, jumped right onto my bed, wrapped my blanket tightly around myself and went to sleep. I went to sleep waiting for the sun to rise, waiting for the monsters to disappear with the dawn of the sun rays, waiting for a safe and beautiful morning.

As I grew older, I obviously got rid of this childish notion of there being monsters under my bed. I grew strong and confident knowing that they were gone, that they’d never bother my sleep again, and most importantly, that they didn’t really exist.

Today, I’m 23 and I know that monsters do exist. They not only exist but they lurk in every corner of every street. And every second, they threaten the safety, dignity and self-respect…

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Dreamz Diving – A Nightmare!

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A Discussion on Freedom of Speech in India

It is a crucial time in India right now. Our freedom of speech has gone through so many ups / downs and has taken a beating over and over. We have banned books, banned movies, and censored anything we possibly can.

We are a nation that lives for controversy. We look forward to it. We get upset every time someone says something to us. Our priorities are wrong.

I think this AIB incident is bringing our freedom of speech and expression into question and I feel that those of you who read this should try to understand, that it is not abusive language that we are fighting for, it is the ability to speak up, and speak up freely without fear.

The reason I write anonymously and have been doing so for the past few months is only because in this modern world, with the internet, and in a so called democracy, with fundamental rights and freedom, I am still scared. I am afraid that someone will find out who I am, object to what I say and arrest me or even worse, shoot me in the face.

One of my earlier posts was about a fictional account on the Obama visit. A series of 3-4 pictures captioned with hard truths. But as soon as I published it, I changed the title to use the word “fictitious” and wrote a little disclaimer at the end telling all readers that I in no way want to offend them or cause trouble. I am ASHAMED OF MYSELF FOR BEING THAT AFRAID.

Between AIB’s videos, TVF’s newest video and Being Indian’s Video, and the online coverage of recent events, it is obvious that the time to speak is now. I think the greatest crime we could commit at this time, is allow this dialogue to die down and not speak up any more. The discussion on free speech, reduced censorship, and this constant need by the people to feel offended/threatened needs to be addressed now.

Our country, the government and people in power continue to feel threatened by anyone who comes along and questions the system. This must change. The point of living in “The World’s Largest Democracy” was to be able to have a system of checks and balances. That system is constantly failing. And while the people in power are to blame, I think the citizens in the country are to blame as well. Especially the small percentage who are better educated than the rest. We waste the advantage we have by keeping silent.

Our traditional sources of news and media are owned by the very people we would like to talk about. We are left with only a handful of “clean” sources. Over time, they too will be taken over or stopped. That cannot be allowed. Perhaps I sound like someone who sees a doom and only doom, and I assure you that is not the case. What I see is an opportunity for us, the young people of this country to try and fix it.

Your attention is held for very short periods and I hope you agree that everyone focussing on one event is very rare. Use this time wisely, speak out! Maybe we could actually bring about a change this time, we are almost there.

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A Discussion on Freedom of Speech in India

Open Letter to everyone who complained about the AIB Roast



Well let me start with a good old FUCK YOU. Why don’t you go ahead and shut me down. You absolute assholes. Here is All India Bakchod, one of India’s best comedy groups trying their best to break away from your Bollywood bullshit, and you guys decide to criticize them for it. Well fuck your censor board, and fuck your reality TV shows and your shittySplittsVilla. Let’s not forget they donated 40 Lakhs to charity, more than your asses have done in a while.

You cannot stop people from expressing themselves. While some rules must be followed, stopping expression is criminal.

Did they use abusive language? Yes. Am I using abusive language? Yes. Do most people in this country say ‘Bhenchod’ and ‘Fuck’ and ‘Gandu’? Yes you Gandu, they do.

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#ISupportAIB #WeStandByAIBKnockout #AIBRoast #AIBKnockout#NoCountryForFunnyMen


Let’s make a quick list of things that AIB didn’t do:

1. They did not start a riot.

2. They did not intend to start a riot. HERE

3. They did not really hurt anyone they spoke about.

4. They didn’t kill anyone.

Let’s make a list of things that AIB did do:


2. Brought a smile on most people’s face.

3. Became a little more famous.

4. Told a bunch of good jokes.

5. Made a bunch of Karan Johar being gay jokes.

6. Gave us another reason to stop watching shit like SplitsVilla.

7. Brought Raghu Ram on the show for some strange reason. Maybe that guy will stop making stupid shit on TV now, and get a real job.

Let’s see what AIB has done in the past:

1. Made fucking hilarious videos. HERE.

2. Spoke up for Deepika Padukone while basically taking TOI’s case to an extent that they should feel like shit for the next ten years. HERE

3. Saved Alia Bhatt’s reputation. HERE. Oh wait, they took her case a bunch of times again.

4. Made an amazing video with Kalki: HERE


I think the censor board has sticks shoved up their asses. Also they’re fighting this shit instead of focussing on all those movies like THIS that told Indian men for generations that it is ok to trouble women because they magically then fall in love with you.

Ashoke Pundit, you are a complete fraud. Let that be heard. Maybe you felt a little left out. Does the censor board disapprove the word ‘Bhenchod‘ everytime it’s uttered in a Bollywood film? Because if that were the case we’d have movies with fucking unicorns instead. So shut the fuck up asshole and suck an egg.

The man of the hour is of course Akhilesh Tiwari, you fucking bastard you, don’t think we forgot you. No No, you’ll get your five minutes of fame. Do remember one thing though. It’s narrow minded pig headed fucks like you who the youth of this country despise. It’s what we want to rid our nation of.

Acceptance is what we strive for. We are trying to make people like you understand that you cannot decide what is good for us anymore. Please get off your high horse and walk with the rest of us instead. Why doesn’t your Brahman Ekta Seva Sanstha do something productive instead of shitting on a party you weren’t invited to. No one asked you to get involved. Please fuck off.

If you two want my advice, find a cliff, then jump off.


I don’t particularly like Karan Johar, but it took balls making a joke about his own sexuality. The fact that everyone laughed along, made it fun and perhaps even helped a random viewer accept homosexuality.

To AIB, I salute you. I hope that you continue making videos like one you did with Kalki. I also hope you make a video about the hypocrisy of the censorship board and other government organizations. I think it’s time that they understood that we aren’t fucking stupid.

I did not completely agree with all the jokes directed at Deepika, and I’m not sure if she would have appreciated all of them. I do think there were bits people could have not said. But humor is humor and it should be taken as humor. We as the people of this nation have a lot more fucked up shit to deal with. I implore you, you old fucks in power / in the censor board. Censor something worth censoring, make an issues out of real issues. Don’t waste our time with stupid shit.

Oh and BTW, here is something that you guys should watch : NATIONAL GAALI


Humanity is Fucked, because now, we won’t be able to voice our opinions.

I hope that AIB does not get into trouble. I stand in support of AIB. Also if you haven’t seen the videos : HERE (It’s been made Private)

So please let’s support AIB. They deserve it.

The Change.org petition is shared on FB here : goo.gl/hJ7Wxj


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Open Letter to everyone who complained about the AIB Roast