Bollywood has always glorified Punjab as the land of rich, joyful people dancing around in their tractors But All India Bakchod has shown that there are two sides to every coin. The state is undergoing a huge public health crisis. In 2014 of all the drug related crimes in India, almost 31 per cent came from Punjab alone. In 2009, according to a government study, there was at least one drug addict in every family of Punjab. Life isn't always songs and games is it?

Homosexuals, or as Rohan Joshi describes them -- "exactly like straight people but illegal" are not the only ones whose rights have been affected in India due to Article 377, even the rights of straight people have been curbed due to Article 377. How?

Watch these clips from AIB's ninth episode of On Air With AIB to know more:

AIB normalised addicts and called them people with a severe illness. With that as the peg, they spoke about a village in Maqboolpura.

Tanmay Bhat and Gursimran Khamba explain how Article 377 affects rights of straight people too.