Naming A Drunkard And Liar Character After Hindu Deity (Anokhi Ada)

In this clip from Anokhi Ada (1973), written by Mushtaq Jalil and Rafi Ajmeri, elderly ‘Ramu Kaka’ lies (and falsely swears in the name of Dharma) to borrow money from Jeetendra, only to spend it at the local liquor shop and eve-tease young bartender ‘Radhika’, who calls him uncle.

Ever seen a drunk Khan chacha, named after a prophet, swearing in the name of his mazhab?

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