Hindi Film 101: Vinod Khanna and Osho

Reposting this for Akshaye’s birthday, poor kid. I don’t think this is what he wants for his birthday, but it’s also not inappropriate I think.

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Bingeing Netflix? Remember that Osho Documentary Wild Wild Country? Here is My Review in Honor of Akshaye Khanna’s Birthday!

Poor Akshaye. His Dad abandoned him and ran off and joined a cult when he was a little boy, that kind of thing is probably why he is still unmarried, has no children, and needed to take a 4 year break in the middle of his career and just take care of himself for a while. So in honor of his birthday, I am going to remind us all just how HORRIBLE Osho is/was.

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Wild Wild Country Review: Either a Clever Challenge to the Audience, Or a Stupid Faith in Conmen

I watched it! While cleaning my entire apartment today. And it was a very interesting experience to watch, I think the directors might have been doing something really clever with how they presented the series. At least, I hope so. They were either being really clever or really really stupid. (for more Osho coverage, here is my article on their India years)

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Watching Wild Wild Country on Netflix? Here is the India Half of the Story

This is a little bit mean, it is Akshaye Khanna’s birthday today and I am reposting a post slamming his Dad.  But it’s really just a coincidence, I’m hearing from more and more people who are watching the Netflix documentary on OSHO, and it seems like a good time to make my article on the India years before and after Oregon available and prominent.

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