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Parts of the movie, such as Borat explaining local wine is made from horse urine and saying gay men have to wear blue hats, were not received well.
He admitted to me that they had asked him to stop me releasing this film and to end Borat.
Cheers erupted when the funnyman first walked on to the stage and said: "My name a Borat.
It was banned by countries across the globe, including Kuwait where the recent Borat blunder took place.
Kazakhstan's shooting team have mistakenly been played a spoof national anthem from the film Borat.
For those unfamiliar with Baron Cohens controversial schtick, the character of Borat is an ironic embodiment of Otherness--he is alterity played for yuks as well as sociological insight.
Mr Ruda never objected to the name, and even entertained workmates with Borat impersonations.
We want to ride on the wave of success of Borat, to take advantage of this popular image in the West to show people the real Kazakhstan, not Baron Cohen's Kazakhstan," Rakishev told Kazakh tabloid Kazakhstanskaya Pravda.
But after the uncomfortable "mockumentaries" featuring hapless Kazakh journalist Borat and outrageous Austrian fashionista Bruno, he has turned his attention to amore conventional comedy for his long-time collaborator.
Cohen, 37 - who also created Ali G and Borat - fears Bruno is no longer able to fool people and plans to move on to another character soon.
WHEN Sacha Baron Cohen burst on to cinema screens with Borat in 2006, his ridiculous halter-neck, shrink-wrapped, custard-yellow trunks put a new spin on the term 'intercontinental ballistic missiles'.
Following on from his excursion into the US as Borat, who had ambitions to study the Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan, 37-year-old Cohen now turns up completely unrecognisable as Brno the blond, 19-year-old Austrian gay fashionista who also travels west.
Of all the unwitting participants duped into believing they were appearing in the supposed nonfiction pic that became "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan," perhaps none have as sad a tale to tell as the Romanian townspeople who played Borat's fellow villagers and are at the center of the thought-provoking docu "Carmen Meets Borat.
Perhaps the only uncontroversial thing about Sacha Baron Cohen's movie Borat is that it is, indeed, very controversial.
Certain episodes of Borat may signal the advent of a new, post-Cold War epoch of infallible black humor, the black humor of the unipolar, U.