Notice: I will kill the guy who will plagiarize this creation. I am damn serious.
Two Boys:One wearing che guevera t-shirt
1st guy: You are wearing a T shirt with image of Che on it!!!
2nd guy: who the heck is he in this world? I absolutely have no clue about this man except that it looks cool.
1st guy: People should be banned from wearing ‘Ernesto Che Guevara’ t-shirts who absolutely have no clue about the man and his sacrifice.
2nd guy: Did he was an important American rock star or soccer player….
1st guy: Never mind about that stuff, lets go; Guru (3rd guy) must be waiting….
A beautiful girl on side ways and both boys on walk
1st guy: What a beauty!!!!
1st guy: Hey, you noticed that chic. She is hot…
2nd guy: Do you only see the beauty of girls in this whole world? There is hunger, poverty and unemployment around you…
2nd guy: I got sometimes mad by these sites. People walk with the ignorance and cold heart. I hate viewing those stony eyes.
1st guy: (Giving Lal Salaam to2nd guy) Are you frustrated or someone rebuked you in the front of beloved one?
1st guy: Be practical in life.
1st guy: Go to China and Russia, see the oppression of people. Fussing about communism in this lighter mode! Hey relax, man...
1st guy: (whispering) you cannot talk so loud in those countries…
1st guy: You have really damned my mood. I am just priest of beauty like Keats...
2nd guy: You bastard comparing yourself with Keats. I will die with laugh. Such an exaggeration!
1st guy: Move fast, long road is ahead of you
(Both of them sigh at the long and unending road)
In front of temple or religious place
2nd guy: (hailing in front of temple) really marx was correct. The religion is opium for masses…
1st guy: Not in India my friend, only cricket and bollywood are unofficial religion…..
View of a dead man (corpse)
1st guy: I hate seeing corpses on the road. It gives me a draconic feeling.
2nd guy: Man, you live in India; A place with 110 crore population. People born and die here on streets. Listen...
2nd guy: Life, disease, and death have always been more visible in India than in another country of west. Children play cricket on the road; shirtless elders chat sitting on the front deck of their houses. Everyone is free to piss on the road. Death is a visible event. You talk like a tourist from west.
1st guy: It is not originally your words.
2nd guy: Just lifted from a blog. It was good lines so just delivering dialogue as a hero of parallel cinema.
(Laugh with deep sense of respect of each other)
1st guy: Hey, I am fultoo Indian from heart. Do no inspect my foreign brand T-shirt. Do you really have met any foreigner in whole life except Bangladeshis and Nepalese?
2nd guy: Nope. I find them disgusting. They are just bunch of escapists - floating through life on the strength of a favorable exchange rate.
1st guy: But my heart feels otherwise. They all could just as well be lying on a beach in Goa sipping tequilas. But they are here in spiritual places on some kind of personal quest.
2nd guy: (urging voice) Correction needed here. They are traveling at religious places not spiritual.
1st guy: (Hands and head bowed) ‘mai baap sarkar’.I am just a simple “aam aadmi”. I have pinned down a hornets nest. Do not open the pain and sufferings of artistic cinema in front of me. I am seeing enough art in life. Let me emphasis on mine entertainment while you work on society development.
(Two guys and Guru in open place near tea stall)
Guru: Welcome ‘Changu’ and ‘Mangu’. You seem to remind me of contrast characters in life. One walking left in theology and other right wing activist.
Guru: Take a sip of this royal tea and enjoy the beauty of nature. Transitory world add charms to this dusk.
2nd guy: Sun rise and Sunset are optical illusions. The earth revolves…..
1st Guy: life is simple time span to express you. Why to waste a beautiful scene with scientific views. Just have a belief in what you observe with open heart.
Guru: Life is not about facts or fiction or about right or wrong. Roles of person are interchanged in his short cinema of life.
Guru: Life is full of paradoxes and mysteries. I do not waste my breath in decoding these puzzles of philosophy. There are certain times in our life when world appear to be nostalgic, insomniac and full of chaos. Identity crisis surrounds you. The world is nothing but mirror of desires and work of all people. Everyone wants to change the world from his point of view.Then,why so serious....
Guru: (Lighting a cigarette & smoking in space): To green world.…
1st guy & 2nd guy: (Cheering tea kulhads): To world peace (A serious laugh)
By Himanshu Rai
Dedicated to Varun Grover