Monday, August 18, 2008

Amazing Plots in Indian Movies

Once, an Englishman Newton came to India and watched a few Indian movies that had his head spinning. He was convinced that all his logic and laws in physics were just a huge pile of junk and apologized for everything he had done.

Here are a few scenes:-
1) In one of the fights, Rajanikanth is shot in the head. To everybody's surprise, the bullet passes through his ears taking away the tumor along with it and he is cured! Long Live Rajanikanth!

2) In another movie, Rajanikanth is confronted with 3 gangsters. Rajanikanth has a gun but unfortunately only one bullet and a knife.

Guess, what he does?

He throws the knife at the middle gangster & shoots the bullet towards the knife. The knife cuts the bullet into 2 pieces, which kills both the gangsters on each side of the middle gangster & the knife kills the middle one.

3) Rajanikanth is chased by a gangster. Rajanikanth has a revolver but no bullets in it. Guess, what he does. Nah? not even in your remotest imaginations.

He waits for the gangster to shoot. As soon as the gangster shoots, Rajanikanth opens the bullet compartment of his revolver and catches the bullet. Then, he closes the bullet compartment and fires his gun.

Bang... the gangster dies...

Happened to see another movie for one last time, and thought that at least one movie would follow the theory of physics. The whole movie goes fine and the patrons are happy that all in the world hasn't changed. Oops, not so fast!

The 'climax' finally arrives.

Rajanikanth gets to know that the villain is on the other side of a very high wall. So high that Rajanikanth can't jump even if he tries like one of those superman techniques that our heroes normally use. Rajanikanth has to desperately kill the villain because it's the climax.

(Patrons are smiling since it is virtually impossible?)

Rajanikanth suddenly pulls two guns from his pockets. He throws one gun in the air and when the gun has reached above the height of the wall, he uses the second gun and shoots at the trigger of the first gun in the air. The first gun fires off and hits the villain and the villain is dead.

THE END
Tags: Rajanikanth, Indian Movies, Hero, Villain

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11 Comments:

Blogger Borneo Falcon said...

Nice observation. Quite absurd also the movie. He.... He...

18 August, 2008 14:17  
Blogger bayi said...

It is a kins of deux ex-machina, or God on a machine, a method used by the ancient Greeks to save a situation in a play when the hero is written into a corner and cannot escape death. Then God appears on a machine and hey presto, all is well again!

18 August, 2008 20:27  
Anonymous cc said...

All I know about Indian movie is the dancing and the hiding in between trees. LOL

18 August, 2008 23:11  
Blogger Sweet Jasmine said...

Indian movies always gave me some hilarious moments in their fightings....

18 August, 2008 23:29  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

borneo - nice movie, u have to accept the movie lah

bayi - yeah, its beyond humans

cc - those are the love scenes

jasmine - and the sound effect of a punch too

19 August, 2008 00:25  
Blogger Nkw@i said...

eh, is the story true ah...
look like unbelievable....

19 August, 2008 10:19  
Blogger Arif said...

muahahhahahahhahahaha.....and i thought Malay movies are bad....

19 August, 2008 10:45  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i'm just hoping one day rajinikanh will act in a malay movie...

19 August, 2008 13:26  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

nkw@i - in a movie, whatever the scriptwriter writes it can be done haha

arif - hey, i cld laugh over an indian movie if it's a good one

anonymous - money money money

19 August, 2008 14:45  
Blogger Simon Ho said...

hahaha. rajanikanth can do anything he wants. he is Sivaji: The Boss remember? it's really hilarious how people dig such a scene. LMAO

20 August, 2008 15:13  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

simon - i respect the scriptwriter

21 August, 2008 15:12  

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