“What is this RGV…does something or the other every day” This should be your obvious reaction now.
“So, what did he do now?” – But we know this will be the immediate question. That is RGV!
Well, this Mr. Busy who does some zillion things everyday has done something informative today. Besides avid movie buffs, we only know James Bond as a secret agent trying to something all day and romancing bond girls once in a while. Today, RGV has shared a lesser known fact about Bond movies.
Going into the details, the video RGV shared is a never performed musical score titled Good Sign, Bad Sign composed by world renowned composer Monty Norman. He is known for composing the famous James Bond Theme music for the first bond movie Dr. No and was first recorded in the year 1962. But the lesser known fact here is that Good Sign, Bad Sign was in fact adapted from world renowned writer of Indian origin V.V. Naipaul’s book A House for Mr. Biswas.
This should be a G.K feed but RGV doing an informative thing is absolutely indigestible for his critics! That is why they say “Love Him, Hate Him. You can’t ignore Him”