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Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Rajan Zed and his desperate bid for attention

Some people just won't go away. The latest of such assholes is Rajan Zed, self-appointed defender of All Things Hindu.

In a statement released Monday, Zed demanded (on behalf of Hindi everywhere) that Mike Meyers personally apologise for his portrayal of a comical spiritual leader in movie flop "The Love Guru."

While I think Meyers and everyone involved with the making of "The Love Guru" owes apologies to everyone who was subjected tothat craptacular movie, I wish that Zed anyone associated with him are specifically excluded from that apology.

I further hope that any apology for "The Love Guru" ends with, "And Rajan Zed can go fuck himself into his next life for all we care."

Here's the latest from Zed, via WENN...

Hindu leader leader Rajan Zed is demanding that that funnyman Mike Meyers publicly apologise for "lampooning Hinduism" in "The Love Guru."

In a statement released to WENN on Monday, Zed stated that although the apology may not completely undo the damage done to the community, it might help "heal the wounds somewhat of a disturbed Hindu populace".

Zed, the president of Universal Society of Hinduism, says, "Ksama, or forgiveness, is one of the main virtues of Hindu ethics. If Mike Myers offers a genuine public apology, Hindus would not only absolve him but might also pray for his success in future movies."

Zed launched a protest movement against The Love Guru in March, urging all Hindus and other religious groups to boycott the film.

He claims that the failure of the film is largely down to his protest campaign.

Zed is a self-absorbed, self-deluded moron whose ego is too big for words. "The Love Guru" flopped because it was a steaming pile of crap. In fact, if Zed wasn't such a publicity hungry asshole, it would have done far worse at the box office, because I'm certain a number of people went to see it because of him rather than staying away.


  1. A TV station once languished about two of it's associates. One was named Les and then there was Zed! True story.

  2. As a true Hindu I was invited to the Hindu conference at MSG in New York with 22,000 other of my faith. I am proud to say this Zed fella was not in attendance and was unheard of and laughed at.

  3. This guy and his son are media freaks. He is reflecting negatively upon the Hindu faith. His pronunciation of Sanskrit is despicable. He has been fired from multiple jobs and is indeed a lying gypsy himself.