Lady Gaga Gets Interviewed By Ridiculously Famous Bollywood Actor Shahrukh Khan
Posted by Videoson 12/14/2011 at 5:11 PM
Remember that time Lady Gaga went to India a few months ago? Turns out more happened than stray Twitpics. At least an interview more, at least, conducted by Bollywood star Shahrukh Khan, who–for those not familiar with Bollywood even on the most surface, “oh I’ve heard of that guy” level–is a very big deal. (Romantic drama Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge, which starred Khan and was released in 1995, is still showing in theaters. Yes, still.)
The interview aired on Hindi TV channel UTV Bindass last Sunday, so do with that info what you can; in the meanwhile, here are some clips. We particularly like the second one, in which SRK serenades Gaga for a bit, and the last one, where SRK uses the “I’m going to teach you a phrase in another language and get you to repeat it–whoops, you just said something terrible!” tactic, and Gaga counters with the “I’m going to use my outfit as a weapon!” defense.
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