Script blank after crude words removed from Incel Point
A famous director recently became shocked seeing that his script was actually blank after he decided to remove crude language from his show, Incel Point.
He did it not because of puritanical reasons, but due to his own realisation that he was teaching young generations enough slangs to last their lifetimes.
The Association of Pasher Bashar Aunty (APBA) first flagged the show stating that it was unnecessarily crude.
"They tried to disguise their crudeness and vulgarity by dressing characters in T-shirts with lewd words. But they aren't fooling me; I am well-versed in all lewd language. I employ three maids, you know," said Sukhina Begum, APBA general secretary.
When the director was asked how he would continue episodes of the drama with scripts devoid of dialogue, he said, "Have you ever heard of silent film? I am going to be the first director of Bangladesh who will introduce silent drama.
"Besides this gives us the opportunity to express ourselves through visuals. I mean T-shirts of course. Where are we going to find those kinds of visuals? You know what Incel means, right? Involuntary Celibates."
Fans and critics of the drama had mixed reactions. A fan said, "We cannot afford to send our children somewhere else to learn abusive slangs."
A critic said, "I appreciate the decision. But who will take the responsibility of actors' deaths when their stomachs burst for not being able to utter the vulgarity building up within?"