Jan 12, 2018
We’re glad that Padmavat is finally releasing, but the missing ‘i’ has made us reflect on the importance of this little letter. Freud would probably say that the film has lost its identity with its last alphabet but considering that sixteenth-century poet Malik Muhammad Jaisi titled his work ‘Padmavat’, the title still makes sense.
Movies can drop a letter and it’s no biggie. But what if foods had to go the #Padmavat way? We at India Food Network, decided to do a little experiment with our favourite dishes.
It has a ring to it…though it sounds like a type of chor!
Not intending to get into intellectual property issues with Burj Khalifa.
Ice ice baby!
Pretty sure that’s a town somewhere in India.
Uh oh, that seems to have ended in murder.
Eeks, who wants to eat that?!
Ok, we can’t even pronounce that.
Sounds uncomfortably close to the Hindi word for trouble in the loo.
A garland of milk sweets, anyone?
We decided to include a non-Indian item because we love Sush (Sushmita Sen) so much!
Have any other suggestions you’d like to add? Tweet to us with #ifnpadmavat!