The Erotic Adventures of Gandhi
Hollywood (Digital Dementia News Services) - MGM Studios is under siege by Americans of Indian descent and other critics who are expressing outrage at the recently released feature film The Erotic Adventures of Gandhi.
The Erotic Adventures of Gandhi opened last weekend to sellout crowds at cinemas across America. Paul Reubens (aka Pee Wee Herman) is cast in the role of Mahatma Gandhi in this controversial X-rated 114 minute sequence of loosely interrelated scenes in which the late Indian leader is seen cavorting and canoodling with a bevy of libidinous hussies in such unlikely settings as the rear seat of a Volkswagen, a public library and a booth at a Dunkin Donuts.
The Dunkin Donuts scene is perhaps the movie's most memorable as Mahatma Gandhi, his hands full with two cups of cofee, comes up with a novel way to carry the purchased donuts back to the booth and his awaiting escort.
MGM executives defend the film on grounds that Mahatma Gandhi, despite his public image of abstinence and self-denial, was known to be fond of sleeping with naked young women as a means of demonstrating his self control.
“This is pure bull shit! How dare MGM studios defame the memory of such a highly revered Indian political and religious leader!” fumed Vivek Chuhundrai. Mr. Chuhundrai resides in Santa Monica but was born and raised in Mumbai.
MGM Studio executives could not be reached for comment.
Paul Reubens told reporters that he thoroughly enjoyed playing the late Mahatma Gandhi in this ribald, X-rated film and is looking forward to playing Mahatma Gandhi again in a sequel. Mr. Reubens has reportedly commenced negotiating with MGM over the fee that he will have to pay MGM for the privilege of appearing in the next Gandhi romp.