1950 Tamil film photo is now funniest MEMEAugust 22, 2017
From the 1950 Tamil movie Andha Naal, the scene has detective Javar trying to investigate a murder. He asks ‘Inspector Naidu’ for ‘half a dozen guns’ and for the five suspects to be presented before him. He then tries to establish who is the killer in this climax scene.
It seems after a Twitter handle recently uploaded a photo of a scene from Andha Naal, a Tamil suspense thriller made in 1950, the photo subsequently has taken a life of its own in Twitterverse – in the form of a caption/meme contest. The photo has five characters with a seemingly harmless but bewildered expressions pointing a gun in the same direction. “(1954) ‘Andha Naal’, suspense thriller, was the first song-less Tamil Film; inspired from Akira Kurosawa’s ‘Rashomon’ (1950)” — read the caption of the scene that the handle, Film History Pic, shared on the micro-blogging site. But it seems, Twitter users went into an enthusiasm overdrive and now these five guys are all over the Internet, but as memes!
The original scene has detective Javar trying to investigate who killed sound engineer Rajan. He asks ‘Inspector Naidu’ for ‘half a dozen guns’ and for the five suspects to be presented before him. He then tries to establish who is the killer in this climax scene. But more than these fascinating nitty-gritties of the first song-less Tamil film, the post seems to have inspired Twitter users to turn them into hilarious memes and no, we are not complaining! Because not only do they have funny captions now, but are also extremely relatable.
Check out tweets here
Pakchikpak Raja Babu
Me : aaj kaam karte hain
Government employees :
Relatives When You Say ” Abhi Shaadi Nahi Karni Mujhe”
When parents and relatives see me flirting with girls
Pakchikpak Raja Babu
When someone says anything against Nepotism in Bollywood.
Whenever i take books in my hands
When salary gets credited.
Khap Panchayat, when a girl eats Chowmein
Family Vale JB ldki 26 ki ho k Shadi ko na maane
VIA : indianexpress