Bollywood is logically incorrect and dilogically always picture perfect. However, in doing so when it leaves behind the logic quotient, it really tends to irk the viewers. One cannot make a foolery of the audience, challenge their IQ and expect applause. No, we do not adhere to these miscreant policies of filmmakers. Because this is how Bollywood logic works.
14 Ways How Bollywood Logic Works
No matter how much you bash up the hero, he will survive till he kills the villain. And he might survive even after he kills the villain.
The villain is likely to miss his aim but hero, despite the fact that he has never held a gun in his life, will shoot bull’s eye!
When hero stalks the girl she tends to fall in love with the hero. When you stalk the girl you are likely to end up sore with bruises or in police custody.
When the hero and the heroine fall in love with each other they meet up in a garden and sing a lovey-dovey song. But the question is who thought them to sing or when did they ratofy the lyrics?
Now when the hero or heroine or both are singing and dancing, the onlookers just seem to join them on a whim and end up aping the dance steps without any folly!
The heroine is South Indian, hardly speaks Hinglish fluently but can mouth the lyrics of the songs in uber cool Urdu.
In every song the heroine and hero change umpteenth times. We wonder where they stack their clothes when dancing in open spaces or where do they change!
Indian audience does not watch Hollywood flicks and never pays attention to the posters. So we can copy them.
Only our music directors listen to the world music and therefore they can freely emulate it for any Hindi song. The audience is less likely to know even if they have VH1 tuned on their TV sets 24/7.
If hero kicks you in the gut you are likely fly high up in the air and if hero’s car so even bumps into your car, it is more likely to explode, your car we mean!
No matter how beefy and brawny the antagonist is, our hero has love, emotions and ample of sanskars and ashirwads supporting him so he always wins.
If the hero removes the moustache the heroine stops recognizing him even though he is her husband!
Where there are goons there are also item numbers!
Lastly, Hindi films have made us believe that Hindi is a universal language. Everyone understands Hindi. *Slow Clap*
All that we expect from them is to add a dash of sense in the usual nonsensical dramas.