There is a good chance that you missed this detail every single time you watched the movie, Main Hoon Na. But a certain Reddit user has a sharper eye.
Things I wake up for/to… pic.twitter.com/E3oePKp9gW
— Garvita (@grrrvita) July 23, 2021
In true Farah Khan fashion, all of the end credits were unconventional. This one, however, takes the cake. Look closely at this dummy newspaper article reporting the death of Raghavan Dutta, the character played by Sunil Shetty and the antagonist of the movie. We read that whoever is responsible for the piece runs out of things to write, and begins to blab.
“I seriously don’t know why I am typing this because no one is going to be able to read this through the camera, but I guess I have no choice. You see the thing is the colours don’t seem to match so I basically have to type this whole thing out,” reads part of the text, on the immediate left of the image of Shetty as his character.
It does not end there, “I am thinking of handing over this honourable job to two hardworking colleagues, Vikram Gupta and Vaibhav Misra,” the text goes on.
This hilarious detail has many online intrigued. Netizens now are trying to figure out who was responsible for this text.
He mentioned that he is handing over this honorable job to his two colleagues Vikram and Vaibhav. So the guy is either Vibhu or Jagrat. Time to track him down. pic.twitter.com/QD7fMnMXIm
— Rishabh Solanki (@TheRishabh_S) July 25, 2021
Bu most just either commend them or relate to them.
Not only Marvel movies have Easter eggs . Bollywood has started this way back😀👌👌
— Dhaval N Patel (@DhavalNPatel9) July 25, 2021
This reminds me of my engg. college xms whr I hardly knew answers for half a page but it was 16 marks ques. First few lines of answer were bang on and then whole of d universe contributes to fill 1 page and then again back to actual topic in last few lines.
— Maheshwar Vishal (@mnvishal05) July 26, 2021
I should have written this in my dissertation https://t.co/LJZelqUw67
— sweta (@shw8ster) July 23, 2021
The clip can be seen at the end of the movie, during the song Yeh Fizaein, in which all cast members and crew come together.
Main Hoon Na was Farah Khan’s debut directorial. Other than Shetty, it starred Shah Rukh Khan, Sushmita Sen, Amrita Rao, Zayed Khan, Kirron Kher, Naseeruddin Shah, Boman Irani amongst other beloved actors. Released in 2004, it remains a cult classic, adored still by many. In the film, Shetty plays the role of an anti-Islamic terrorist, deceased after a face-off with Shahrukh Khan. A dummy report is prepared to show in one of the shots of the song to signify a happy ending.