Sunday, June 17, 2007


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They gotta see The Boss so bad that when the cinema didn't run the movie after waiting for more than five hours, they went berserk, minds short-circuit going bzz bzz bzz that they took it upon themselves to take over the role of Sivaji and do what The Boss himself would do under the circumstances.

Had I been at the cinema to wait for five hours for the movie you can bet your left ear that I would have done the same thing too, breaking the chairs with fire extinguisher and having fun with it before the riot police come in with the water cannon. I'd probably spend a couple of hours in jail after having paid the compound which could amount to RM50.00. Heaven knows how many compounds I have paid and how many times I've had to sleep in jail for brawling. Not to mention the money I had to pay the doctors to fix things in my body that got broken.

I am not a big fan of Clint Eastwood anymore on account that he doesn't go around from one-horse town to another where tumble weed a-blowin', to walk straight up into a saloon for a shot of whiskey and chat up the women with flowers in their hair. After that he takes the prettiest girl in the saloon to go up the stairs to a room to do what a man gotta do with a woman pretty as cup cake with a single cherry on top. Of course all this isn't free. But it's different with Rajinikath, or Sivaji The Boss.

He doesn't do all this immoral things on account that there's no one-horse town in India. Besides he's too busy fighting the bad guys, the corrupt politicians who got nothing on their mind except to build more Smart tunnels, and the fat police officers on the take to close one eye to the illegal things going about in front of the police station. Sivaji can solve all these problems. And that's why when his movie didn't run on time, more than 800 Sivajis went ballistic.
Sivaji The Boss - Worldwide release 15 June 2007


Blogger Nak Tak Nak said...

Let me thank you here for the Father's Day wish.

They don't make heroes like they used to, in fact they don't make heroes anymore do they? Imagine a life without heroes. We're doomed. Without heroes I stuck with BeeAn for the rest of my life. No, no aaargh.

10:58 AM  
Blogger abdullahjones said...

hahaha. nice one bro.

5:52 PM  
Blogger bakaq a.k.a. ~penarik beca said...

Cik Gu, i also want to thank Bergen for the Father's Day wish.

6:08 PM  
Anonymous E said...

I was in Penang last Saturday with my two kids to watch Shrek the Third when I saw this notice about Sivaji thingy at the ticket counter. At first I thot it has something to do with the cineplex coz I've just realized that Mega Pavillion at BJC was taken over by this Lotus company (errr... they have restaurants too right? this Lotus company?) Anyways, I can always associate Rajinikath with Sivaji, just like SRK with Rahul :P

Oh, and the ticket price for Sivaji was RM12.00 as at 15/6/2007. Who knows what's the price now after what the 800 Sivajis went ballistic that day :P

And the crowd? Errr... what crowd?

12:41 PM  
Anonymous mak andeh said...

I passed by Odeon the morning it was to be shown. And the crowd, I tell you - am sure a lot of Mamak stalls were shorthanded that day.

5:02 PM  
Blogger bergen said...

NTN: You're welcome, sir. I believe the notion of hero these days is somewhat blurred. It used to a simple thing. A hero is macho and strong.

Abdullah Jones: Nice to see you, sir. It's been a while, hasn't it?

BPB: You're welcome, sir.

E: We've got a bit of crowd in Klang, and as Mak Andeh says, at the Odeon.

Mak Andeh: Hey, you've got an entry on Sivaji too. LOL, are you a big fan of his? I am now, emblozoned on the t-shirt...(And Proud Of It).LOL.

11:00 PM  
Blogger tokasid said...

Salam Bergen:

I rarely watch tamil movies( I prefer tamil movies compared to Hindustani)but whenever I watch it better be rajnikahnt or Kamal hassan.

1:09 AM  
Blogger bergen said...

Tokasid: Tamil movies connect with the society and the issues that affect the lives of the very people who watch them. Hindustani films are moving away from all this to delve into the lifestyle of the super rich, the cream of the cream of the society in India. It has become too insulated in its own world. Tamil movies on the other hand, deal with the world mired with corruption and evil that can only be taken care of my none other than Sivaji. Aren't you glad that we still have the last movie hero to look up, to feel good about because he does the thing we wish to do. Holywood doesn't produce this type of hero anymore. I'm a big fan of Sivaji...and PROUD OF IT. Gotta have it printed on a t-shirt. What's your size, I can send a complimentary piece.

10:35 PM  
Blogger eva's haven said...


you know, if malaysian tamils all idolize sivaji, perhaps emulate him even, that could make them better tamils and live to the expectations of their tamil brethren and help improve the lot of tamils in malaysia. they can forget samy vellu and the MIC.. or have they?

9:12 AM  

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