Twitter loves turning random photos into hilarious memes. So when Raj Kumar Gupta's upcoming movie Raid's trailer released, Twitterati knew exactly what to do. In Raid, Ajay Devgn plays Amay Patnaik, Lucknow’s Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax who is on a mission to hunt down the corrupt "Tauji" Saurabh Shukla. The trailer shows a scene where Saurabh Shukla challenges Devgn saying, “Andar toh aagaye... bahar kaise jaaoge (You've come inside, but how will you exit?”
Meme lovers were quick to come up with hilarious interpretations of that scene. The even refused to spare the poster of the movie. Check out a few samples below:
Parents when I get home late and they ground me pic.twitter.com/pzNXRq2mwL— Harish Iyengaar (@scaryhairyman) February 8, 2018
The guitar when the pick falls inside it pic.twitter.com/w6nAWguETo— Harish Iyengaar (@scaryhairyman) February 8, 2018
Marwari wallet to Money. pic.twitter.com/dhn8rG99Kl— Bruce Wayne (@WaizArd20) February 8, 2018
Friendzone be like pic.twitter.com/qngvTFpJUx— Bollywood Gandu (@BollywoodGandu) February 7, 2018
Kauravs to Abhimanyu.. pic.twitter.com/8IrEM02a8X— निशाचर (@nishacharr) February 8, 2018
When an Andheri guy catches Virar Local and wants to get down at Borivali.— Godman Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) February 8, 2018
Mumbai Local Travellers: pic.twitter.com/ITIHAbhTHl
ICAI to CA students be like 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/LyZMPPHki3— सेक्सी लेडी बकरी रक्षक 🐐🐐 (@saitanBacha) February 8, 2018
Marwadi dad once his son enters shop. pic.twitter.com/NI2CBcrb53— Akshay Jain (@AkshayKatariyaa) February 8, 2018
JNU to its students pic.twitter.com/qdIbi8wm3F— ✪ Veer ✪ (@ClawedHumor) February 8, 2018
Raj Kumar Gupta’s directorial debut Aamir (2008), inspired by the Filipino film Cavite, had Kashyap as the creative producer. His next film No One Killed Jessica (2011), based on the Jessica Lal murder case, was lauded both by critics and audiences. But his last venture Ghanchakkar which released in 2013 received a lukewarm response at the box office.
Speaking on Raid, Bollywood actor-producer Ajay Devgn, recently told IANS, “I don’t know about the benchmark or perception that this movie might create, but the real struggle with film was that the character is very heroic, but real at the same time. We tried to keep it real even with the punchlines. It doesn’t feel you’re watching a movie. The challenge was to follow the character as realistically as possible.”Raid is reportedly based on a true incident from the 1980s. The film, which also stars Ileana D’Cruz and Saurabh Shukla, will release on March 16.