He usually introduces himself with the term "Jagshemash" ("Jak się masz? " in Polish) and ends reports with "Chenqui" ("Dziękuję", meaning "Thank you" in Polish).
Bilo was not always disabled and was shown as a normal early teenage boy in Borat's Guide to Britain, at some point Bilo suffered brain damage during an exorcism, when another brother of Borat's tried to release a demon from Bilo through the traditional Kazakh folk remedy of opening the skull and sticking the tooth of a red-haired woman in the brain.
Borat's neighbours are Nursultan Tulyakbay (whom Borat considers "a pain in my assholes") and Dr.
) is a satirical fictional character, created and performed by British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen.
He is a Kazakh journalist and is the main protagonist of Borat!
Entertainment Weekly put it on its end-of-the-decade, "best-of" list, saying, "The Kazakhstani journalist gave us some of the most incisive cultural commentary ever filmed.
That, and a wrestling match between butt-naked men.
He now works as a professional journalist and announcer on Kazakh television.
This job "helps Borat and other Kazakhs express themselves in ways they otherwise would not have been able to do." Borat usually speaks English during his reports, however his alleged Kazakh language (or possibly intended to be Russian) during some scenes is in fact a mix of Hebrew and Polish.
It is indicated in an interview with a general practitioner that he caught syphilis from one of his sisters during a Kazakh folk festival.
He also has a younger brother, Bilo, who is intellectually disabled and kept locked in a cage.
According to various in-character interviews with Sacha Baron Cohen, Borat attended Astana University, where he studied English, journalism and plague research.