There's an age-old saying in Hindi that goes - Jahaan na pahunchey ravi, wahaan pahunchey kavi, explaining the stretches poets and writers can reach and pen wonders. In the modern-day setting, the poets have been taken over by netizens, who with the might of the internet can excavate gold. Case in point -- the recent comedy gold, Shah Rukh Khan fans have excavated.
Netizens have discovered a hilarious detail from SRK's movie Main Hoon Na, which also happened to be Farah Khan's 2004 Bollywood debut as a director. The romantic action comedy also featured Sushmita Sen, Zayed Khan and Amrita Rao in pivotal roles.
Main Hoon Na started off a trend - an end credits songs. Reddit users recently discovered how a crew member of the movie slid in a weirdly funny rant in one of the scenes from the movie.
In a scene, included in the end credits of the movie, a newspaper clip shows how Raghavan -- Suniel Shetty's villain -- has been killed. The report begins with details of the attack and the rescue of college students by Major Ram Prasad Sharma, played by SRK. But, but, but... One needs to take a closer look at the picture.
The reportage suddenly transforms into a rant. It goes like: "I seriously don't know why the hell I am typing this because no one will be able to read this through the camera but I guess I have no choice. You see the thing is that the colours don't match so basically I have to write this whole thing out. I am thinking of handing this honourable job to my two hardworking colleagues..."
People on Twitter had a field day -- deciphering this.
One user wrote, "Whoever wrote this deserves a special award. It's hilarious. LOL" Another opined, "Quite an eye-opener, in whatever sense."
Well, what can we say? Because, itne mein itnaa-ichh milenga :P
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