When you are watching a Bollywood movie, there are certain moments when the audience gets super excited. And you know which moments we are talking about. Didn’t you whistle and cheer when you saw Salman Khan’s silhouette emerging on the screen against an Iraqi landscape as the background in Ek Tha Tiger? Your heart must have certainly missed a beat when you saw Shah Rukh Khan entering the screen with his glorious mane and tattoos in Don 2. If you are reading this, then you are also guilty of dreaming of making such an entry in real life. You also wish for a heart-thumping background score that makes heads turn with your mere presence. There are certain social scenarios when this need intensifies. Here are some entry sequences for five day-to-day scenarios that you can try at your own risk and finances.
First day of the College
The first impression is considered the final impression and you are under a lot of pressure to make sure everyone knows how cool you are on the first day of the college. If you have done a little gymnastics in class, this can be pretty easy. Hire two bikers and do an Ajay Devgn-like sequence as you glide into your campus. This can get you on top of the ladder of cool the fastest.
Coming Home After Graduation
If your parents are too busy to come to your graduation ceremony, you can make a grand entrance with a helicopter landing near your home (rickshaw or taxi also works; the running and timing are more important) and run towards your house while quickly texting your mom to open the door for you. And you will have the ideal Kabhie Khushi Kabhie Gham sequence right there, much to the astonishment of your neighbors.
Everyone has these certain relatives who you have not met but only heard of. If you are meeting them for the first time, it is obviously necessary that you are at your best. The film-buff in you would want to do something hatke and we know what you can do. You need a sanskari garb so they have no doubt that your parents have raised you right. They also need to see a bit of your love for adventure. Let your rickshaw-driver (it has to be a rickshaw) take the back seat as you make your way to their house. That is definitely going to leave some lasting impressions.
Obviously, all the eyes are going to be on you at the time of your wedding. But people need to talk about it for ages until the time your children get married. Be the superstar that you are. Take inspiration from Deepika in Om Shanti Om. Gather all your relatives around the car as you alight (separated by a barrier, of course) and wave to them in a superstar style as you make your way inside. No one is forgetting that easily.
When Staying in a Hotel
Staying in a hotel can be difficult if you are not the kind to go sight-seeing. You have to interact with everyone as you go from your room to the restaurant and back. If you are not a fan of social interaction, it cannot get worst than this. Look for Madhuri Dixit's Nisha (Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!) for inspiration as she zoom passes everyone with the help of her roller skates. You can do the same too and achieve two goals – avoid interacting with people and make a fabulous entry.
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