IMPORTANT: this is the fictional rock band that appear for approximately ten-to-fifteen seconds in Karan Johar’s Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna. Glorious.
PS. The universe-conquering KANK has been covered millions of times over the years by people with denser Bollywood knowledge than myself, and I point you towards these awesome pieces on the film, but very quickly before I fall asleep watching Goodbye First Love: for a mega-ultra-holy-shit-this-is-stuffed-full-of-movie movie that at points resembles Aziz Ansari’s account of visiting Cold Stone Creamery (“their sizes are: Like It, Love It and Gotta Have It”), it’s admirable how downright unlikable it can make the destined lovers at the centre of the whole enterprise. During a kinda-hellish Europop fusion called “Where’s The Party Tonight”, Johar decides to cut between a euphoric nightclub scene and an clinical-seeming sex scene. The adulterers, guilty as hell, couldn’t look unhappier whilst their other halves frolic, ecstatic with the progress in the marriages they believe they’re saving. It’s an impressive level of cruelty that only the best melodramas reach. (Also important: Amitabh Bachchan!)