Panaji: Goa chief minister Manohar Parrikar, known for his clean image in politics, recently shared a hilarious experience when he had gone to watch an adult film in a cinema hall when he was young.
Parrikar shared the story while interacting with school students at a Children’s Day function in Panaji, when he was asked to tell if he had ever watched an adult movie in his youth.
“We would not just watch movies, we have also watched adult movies of that era…You are seeing more things on TV now than what was shown on adult movies back then,” a news agency reported quoting Parrikar.
Parrikar went on to tell a funny story about the time he got busted while watching an adult movie: “There was a popular (adult) movie. I was an adult at that time. My brother and I had gone to watch it. During interval, when the lights came on, I realised that my neighbour was sitting next to me. This neighbour used to chat with my mother every evening. I told myself, we are dead,” said Parrikar.
The former Union defence minister said he and his brother Avdhoot ran away from the movie hall, leaving the movie mid-way, the news agency added.
On the way back home, the brother prepared a plan to “pre-emptively” handle the crisis.
“When we reached home I told my mother, we had gone for a movie and we did not know that the movie was vulgar… We left it (movie) mid-way. And very casually I told her, that our neighbour was also there and kept quiet,” he said.
“The next day, the neighbour excitedly called my mother to tell her that Manohar and Avdhoot had gone for an (adult) movie. My mother asked him, I know which movie they went for, but why did you go for the movie? You have to pre-empt certain things,” Parrikar concluded.