Though Savita Bhabhi has been back after the ban via a new domain, the resurrection also seems to have been obstructed. The new website www.kirtu.com doesn’t seem accessible directly (there’s always the other way around), atleast on the ISPs that I use. Apparently the process of denying access to the new website has already been initiated.
Shunned by her own government, Savita Bhabhi has found succour with the French. “France gives sexual asylum to Savita Bhabhi,” could scream a headline (just couldn’t resist using the term).
It might seem that, like our television channels, I’m blowing things out of proportion. Well, I am.
It’s only that Savita Bhabhi has been published as a comic book (in ink and paper) by Editions Blanche, a French publisher specialising in erotic literature.
Titled Love in Bollywood also Bollywood in Love (depending on the cover you look at) the book was released a month back on October 22, 2009. The 96-page comic book authored by Deshmukh, has been designed by Dexstar and Madman (all pseudonyms).
The book, Bollywood in Love – les Aventures de Savita Bhabhi, (Bollywood in Love – The Adventures of Savita Bhabhi) is also available on Amazon France for €13.25.
All bans aren’t bad, as many Bollywood producers would agree. The Indian government’s restriction Savita Bhabhi has made her India’s most famous porn star ever.
The widespread media coverage and online discussions have generated more following for the cartoon porn star than the ones in flesh and blood – Shakeela, Sunny Leone, Angela Devi, Priya Rai – put together.
Now that she’s been published in other languages too, Savita Bhabhi might find a place along with the Kamasutra and Khajuraho whenever sex and India are mentioned together in the same sentence anywhere in the world.