There is something about Bollywood films that gets almost everyone talking. Similarly, a quick quiz always brightens up a dull day. So when the two come together – that is when a Bollywood Quiz is made – the result is almost always a viral trend! The latest ‘quiz’ doing the rounds on Twitter is to tell the name of your favourite movie without naming it. What’s the next best thing that defines our cinema – dialogues of course! So the Tweeple have taken the cue and started tweeting about their favourite movies with the help of dialogues. From Harry Potter and The Notebook to Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani and Swades, Twitter has been abuzz with dialogues from films that the users love. Also Read - From Passion to Books, Beauty & Food: This is What Indian Women Are Talking About on Twitter
It all started when Twitter user ‘mattwhitlockPM’ threw a challenge to users on the micro-blogging site to guess a movie without actually naming it. And Indian users were quick to take up the challenge and come up with creative tweets to help others guess their favourite movie. What’s more, even comedian and AIB co-founder Tanmay Bhat took part in the challenge and tweeted a dialogue from his favourite film – Queen. Also Read - Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Puts His 1st Tweet on Sale, Bid Reaches Rs 2 Crore
Here is Matt’s tweet:
Here is what Tanmay Bhat tweeted:
By this time, the challenge was becoming a trend, and a large number of netizens began tweeting dialogues which they felt would be a direct hint of their favourite movie.
Hint: Akshay Kumar Film
Answer: Bhool Bhulaiya
Hint: Alia Bhatt
Hint: Farhan Akthar
Answer: Dil Chahta Hai
Hint: Aamir Khan
Answer: Rang De Basanti
Hint: Shah Rukh Khan
Answer: Chak De! India
From hashtags and photos to videos and bizarre news, predicting what goes viral on the internet is quite difficult. However, films have always been a huge talking point, not just in India but across the world. People’s passion for films was evident in the way the challenge became a trend in a matter of few hours. Were you able to guess the names of the films in these tweets? Let us know in the comments section below.