Come See Me Eat Nipples, Eat Nipples: Bollywood in Houston, Aurally Translated

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And now there’s Woodbulb, an auteur from Vancouver, who contributed this re-imagining of “Dilbar Dilbar” by former Miss Universe Sushmita Sen. The clip, which comes from the Bollywood-in-Houston film Sirf Tum from 1999, co-stars the Esperson Building, the Transco Waterwall, the skyline and a few other H-Town locales. Woodbulb invented the dialogue. – John Nova Lomax

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