Two multiplied by one equals?I thought this intrepid account about the recent film Double Cross - Ek Dhokha by Kapeesh (also one of the rookie BCQC members) deserved a plug. Especially since it raises an important question about the ever-burgeoning "entitlement" business that is the current Hindi film name crisis.
Like Salil points out in the comments, this wasn't the first recorded instance of a swapped English-Hindi scheme. That seemed to be Bullet - ek dhamaka and was duly recorded on this blog (incidentally the post above that talks about first sightings of The Rising(s)). Kapeesh's post raises some other disturbing issues, mainly centering around how a guy/kid/pup who seems happily docile in real life can be so different on his blog.
[Side issue offering scope for further research: Why are so many BCQC members B-movie followers? Is it just a proper reflection of the proportion in the general population? This list contains George, Harish and Salil and they have done much to spread the interest among the rest. Jai Cauli Maa Ki!]
[BTW, the answer to the question in the title is "Dhokha" of course: 2 cross 1 dhokha. For a better cine-version of Double Cross, check out the (IMHO) brilliant use in The Great Dictator.]
[Thanks to Kunal S for pointing me to this post]