Read the poetry. Guess the film.

Posted: February 13, 2014 by moifightclub in cinema, Hollywood

It started on Twitter. Just as a casual conversation. We thought it would be fun to share it here too. So here it goes – first one in English, second one in Hindi. First one gives you all the hints. Easy to guess. Second one was written just like that. The writer saw a film and wrote it.

Here’s the first one –


Now guess the film.

It’s written by Parth Vyas and was shared by Dhruve Gandhi.

Second one is written by Shashank Kumar. And came via Varun Grover.

घर में बेतरतीब पड़े हैं लम्हे:
रसोई में जाकर
कुकर से मांगता हूँ थोड़ी भाप
चश्मे पोंछने के लिए,

उम्र की गर्द इकठ्ठा है पेशानी पर,
गुसल में जाकर
साबुन से मांगता हूँ थोड़ी झाग
माथे की सलवटें साफ़ करने को

ठण्ड से सिकुड़ा हुआ है दिल
बालकनी से
थोड़ी सी धूप ले कर आता हूँ;
भीगी हुई हैं आँखें,
पर्दों पर टांग कर सुखाता हूँ

घर में बेतरतीब पड़े हैं लम्हे:
इधर उधर बिखरे हैं
बस कि काम चल जाता है जरुरत भर
लेकिन, घर बड़ा बेढब सा दीखता है

ऐसे में कोई आये तो क्या सोचेगा,
अच्छा है कि आजकल यूँ भी
आते नहीं हो तुम!

You might think of many films after reading this one. But this was the writer’s note when he shared the Hindi poetry – XXXXX YYYYYYY dekhi (paas me thi, lekin aapke ek tweet ke baad ek-a-ek yaad aaya ki dekhi nahi abhi tak), beech me hi kuchh likhne jaisa feel hua, fir socha ki aapko bhej doon so haazir hai.

Try if you can guess the movie title from number of X and Ys – XXXXX YYYYYY.

  1. ashish says:

    Is it about schmidt

  2. Anurag Kashyap says:

    No country for old men

  3. is the first one – “There will be blood ” ?

  4. Vivek Vashishth says:

    The first one is – “No country for old men”…
    I had it with … ‘Who kills with nothin’ but air’

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