7 Times Bollywood went trippy!

Hollywood has a lot of stoner movies like Puff Puff Pass, Cheech & Chong, Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle, etc. But, did you know Bollywood has its own stash of shroomy scenes and trippy music? Don’t believe us, well we have a list of proofs! The first ever trippy song that was loved was ‘Dum Maro Dum’. Zeenat Aman undulating to psychedelic tunes, which by the way, was a musical treat. That was a long time back, but today these scenes and songs are common. Though a full-fledged movie seems like a couple of decades far, if ever. Till then we’ll hope and puff.     

Wait, what were we talking about? Oh, ya! Bollywood trippy songs and scenes.
 
Kangana’s drug overdose – Fashion (2008)
Kangana‘s character abuses drugs in the movie. Snorting lines after line. 
 

 

Pardesi – Dev D (2009)
Apart from the use of alcohol and cigarettes, our modern day Devdas smoke up as well. 
 

 

Madhubala – Mere Brother Ki Dulhan ( 2011 )
Well, technically Bhaang is a drug you know. This song has Katrina Kaif enjoying a glass!
 

 
Dum Maro Dum – Dum Maro Dum (2011)
The zesty remake of the Zeenat Aman song. But this one has Deepika Padukone sizzling.  
 

 
Hawa Hawaii – Shaitan (2011)
Your perfect stoner gang! 
 

 
Babaji ki Booty – Go Goa Gone (2013)
Does not get clearer than this, boss! 
 

 
Manali Trance – The Shaukeens (2014)
Everyone loves a good Manali, isn’t it?
 

 
So, like Seth Rogen and James Franco in Pineapple Express, put it in your pipe and smoke it!
Oh, and don’t forget to comment below.

 

1 Comment

  1. Chinmay

    September 28, 2015 at 12:58 pm

    Thank you. You are the only one on the entire world who thought of listing this.

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