Best of 2013 – Script of Ritesh Batra’s The Lunchbox

Posted: April 4, 2014 by moifightclub in cinema, Screenwriting, Scripts, writing, Year end special
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As we have done in the past, this year too we are trying to source the scripts of some of the best films of the year. As most of you know, the scripts of Hollywood films are easily available online, even the unreleased ones. But we don’t have any such database for Hindi or Indian films. So that has been the primary reason for this initiative. And it has been possible because some of the filmmakers have been very supportive about it. It’s only for educational purpose and much like the spirit of the blog, is a complete non-profitable exercise. Thanks to Abhishek Kapoor, Hansal Mehta, Vikramaditya Motwane and Nikhil Advani, we have been able to post the script of Kai Po Che!, Shahid, Lootera, D Day – hereherehere and here respectively.

Ritesh Batra’s The Lunchbox has been one of the most critically acclaimaed and successful film of the year. It’s still running in US and few other territories. It’s been a long time since an Indian film manage to go beyond the diaspora crowd and The Lunhcbox set a new benchmark in that regard.

Thanks to Ritesh Batra, we are posting the script of The Lunchbox. Since its US release was due, we could not post it earlier.

  1. This is great! Thanks! Could you also please find out when the DVDs will be out in the market? Thanks!

  2. Manish Kumar says:

    Thank you very much.Read it last night.Amazing.🙂

  3. Awebangali says:

    Ko udar jag mahi aiso….thanks sir.

  4. Ravi G says:

    Thanx fight club but can u pls make it available on other platform other theBay as we can’t download it w/o credit card. Or someone send all d script on my mail id?
    But we need to have better platform.

    2nd pls arrange One Lucky! Or all Benerjee, Juhi Chaturvedi’s scripts and Gulaal, GoW, RDB, DCH, Lagaan, jolly LLB, Queen, Ship of Thesaurus etc?
    Thanx a lot for Kahaani, Road, Dev D, Udaan. You started a revolution by providing scripts.

  5. vaivhav soni says:

    I’m glad that you people have made a provision were one can get an idea that how a script is written in bollywood, and following this I too have started writing my own script, I just wanna know that how can I get some contacts with a producer or director , I just want to show my work.
    Thank you.

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