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Tom Cruise paid Indian people to be “excited fans”

December 7, 2011 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments

When Tom Cruise finally landed in India for the premiere of ‘Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol’ yesterday, the airport was mobbed with hundreds of people shouting his name and asking for autographs. Because that’s what they were paid to do, according to a report that seems to have originated here.

One of the people hired to shriek said…

“I don’t know who he is or what he does. We were told to come here by 1pm today and wait for a foreign VIP to come out of the airport gate and scream and shout when he came.”

And another added…

“None of us know who Tom is. There was a buffet lunch also for us and we were paid Rs 150 for this job today. We do this for TV shows and other such events where crowds are required.”

I don’t know if those sources are lying or not, but I do know that these are the same people who tried to pull out Indiana Jones’ heart while it was still beating, and they stole that villages magic rock too, so, personally, I don’t trust them.

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