Manoj Bajpayee Recalls Childhood Memories of Getting High on Bhaang
The widely celebrated festival of Holi is known for its vibrant colors, sweets, and bhaang. Bhaang, a drink made using cannabis leaves and milk, is consumed during the festival and known for its psychoactive properties. However, did you know that the critically acclaimed actor Manoj Bajpayee used to get bhaang from his father when he was just eight years old?
Sub-Heading: Childhood Memories of Consuming Bhaang
In a recent interview, Manoj Bajpayee revealed that bhaang was a part of his growing up years. His father used to give him and his siblings bhaang during Holi, despite his mother’s disapproval. During one particular Holi, when Manoj was around eight-nine years old, his father gave him half a glass of thandai spiked with bhaang.
Paragraph 1: Growing Up with Bhaang
Manoj Bajpayee reminisced about the time when he and his siblings used to consume bhaang during Holi, despite their mother’s disapproval. He shared that bhaang was a part of their growing up years, and every Holi, his father used to give them half a glass of thandai spiked with bhaang.
Paragraph 2: Mutton Feast on Holi
Manoj Bajpayee recounted a funny incident when he and his siblings got so high on bhaang that they finished three kgs of mutton during one Holi. Despite their mother’s anger, who cooked the mutton, she remained quiet as even she was intoxicated by the bhaang.
- Manoj Bajpayee reveals that his father used to give him and his siblings bhaang during Holi.
- During one particular Holi, when he was eight-nine years old, his father gave him half a glass of thandai spiked with bhaang.
- His mother disapproved of the consumption of bhaang.
- Manoj and his siblings finished three kgs of mutton during one Holi, as they were intoxicated with bhaang.
- Even their mother was intoxicated but did not say anything.
As Manoj Bajpayee gears up for his upcoming film “Sirf Ek Bandaa Kaafi Hai,” he pens down some fond memories of his childhood. Consuming bhaang and getting intoxicated was a part of his growing up years, and these memories are etched in his heart forever. While bhaang consumption is often frowned upon, this story adds a humorous and light-hearted touch to the festival of Holi.