Maharashtra government allows outside food in multiplexes; Twitterati make dinner plans
Soon after the Maharashtra government announced its decision to let moviegoers carry food inside movie halls, the Twitterati started making dinner plans
Soon after the Maharashtra government announced its decision to let moviegoers carry food inside movie halls, Twitterati started making dinner plans. While the rule comes into effect from 1 August, cinephiles are already rejoicing the move, and packing their tiffin boxes.
Some meme-lords have made the most of the situation and we don't blame them since this change has been a long time coming. Here are some of the best ones we've picked out from the depths of the internet:
This genius memelord with some crazy photoshop skills decided to make Prabhas carry a dabba.
News: No ban on outside food in #multiplexes
— I meme you (@DigitalAgarwal) July 13, 2018
With a diet coke, obviously:
A family that eats together sticks together?
— Nimisha (@parallelmirrors) July 14, 2018
Risky after whiskey, as they say...
maharashtra allows food inside movie hall , now imagine doing the same in punjab. people be lined up with blenders pride and tamatar salad with raita. — Singha (@heisenjit) July 15, 2018
Packing our bags like:
— Pratik (@impratikl) July 14, 2018
And The Rock approves:
Home food to be allowed in #Mahrashtra theatres & #multiplexes from 1st August according to minister Ravindra Chavan. Get your nostrils ready for a heterogeneous mix of vada-pav, thepla, poha & puri-bhaji! pic.twitter.com/WAhjBoudy9 — Just Ranting (@chutzpah365) July 13, 2018
While people might be hailing the change, don't be surprised if you're asked to pass a bowl of chutney to your neighbour.
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