Friday, August 12, 2005

Bollywood Calls Again…

Sometime back Bollywood Called. Now its calling again… some of our apna own Bollywood movies in this computer age… and they are “ekdum original” and not to add “ekdum hatke” from all other movies you have ever seen / heard…

Hard-disk To Vulnerable Hai: The story of a hard-disk (SRK) who is confused about which file-system to adopt, FAT32 (Karisma) or NTFS (Madhuri) and ends up with NTFS.

Crash Crash Hota Hai: Allegedly the continuation of HTVH, the hard-disk’s (SRK) File System (Rani) gets formatted and is restored with another File System (Kajol) by the stand by Boot Floppy (Daughter).

Rangeela(192,156,128): This is the RGB combination of the “yeeellow” shirt worn by Amir Khan in the movie in which he tries to match the Hex code of Urmila with his puny 14” CRT, whereas Jackie lures her away with his newly introduced 20” LCD.

RAM Teri Capacity Daily: This movie talks about daily capacity usage of RAM for processes like love.exe, lust.exe etc in a normal PC (Rajeev Kapoor) running a newly introduced Operating System (Mandakini)

Mera Naam Coder: Story about the various phases in the life of a programmer (Raj Kapoor), not to mention the various women that have been part of the same code… sorry, same life…

Setpath: This is the command used by Vijay Dinanath Chauhan (Big B), whenever his system rebooted and caused trouble… and he’s got Krishnan Iyer MA “network card wala” (Mithun Da) for company…

Cardbaaz: Two network cards (twins), get separated at birth and one grows up to be D-Link (Sridevi) and the other grows up to be Realtek (Sridevi) and as usual there is a merger of standards and these two network cards get back together and “network happily ever after

Mr Networklal: Story of a junior system administrator (Big B) getting stuck in an area that supports neither LAN, WAN, MAN or even wireless networks and he has “kaamwaali bai” (rekha) for company.

B2B Ho To Aisi: Story of merger of a portal (Farrooque Sheikh) with a B2B (Rekha) to form the world’s greatest B2B Portal that outdoes the portal’s database administratior (Bindu)

Server: The story of a Primary Domain Controller (Big B) that controls the network of Mumbai, being intentionally failed by some scrupulous viruses and how the Backup Domain Controller (Lil B) functions as the stand by Controller and eventually becomes the Primary Domain Controller.

Blog: A story about a technically deaf and dumb kid (rani) and her eccentric MCSE teacher (Big B). The first thing that the teacher teaches the kid about technology is BLOG and things then things are never the same again until the teacher forgets everything and this kid helps the teacher in studying for CCNA.

Maine Debug Kiya: Story of a tester(Sallu Bhai), who debugs all the errors & defects planted by his programmer father, in a java file named “su(ma)n.java”(bhagyashree), and compile the error-free code to keep the executable to himself.

adios...

9 comments:

Vijay Ramamurthi said...

lol good one:)

Madame Mahima said...

technobabble and hindi jokes.

now you're just TRYING YOUR DARNDEST to make me scratch my head and go 'huh'?
:S

garfy said...

LOL! :) Loved "blog" :P

IdeaSmith said...

Funny but I didn't get 'BLOG'...in future, plz to add an explanatory appendix for the benefit of us techno-weaks.

Rajeev Varma said...

Hey Arun dat was hilarious....made my day........:-)

KJ said...

loved it.....

KJ

iyer education said...

idea: 'BLOG' was the futuristic form of BLACK... and the techno babble out there were names of tests, that even the most technical guy cant crack... which essentially means i am not prepared for preparing the appendix :(

APOO said...

"Kabhie Windows, Kabhie open Source": Story of a man (Amitabh) who is deep on his principles, which cannot be broken (his sons have to marry khaandaani daughters). Throws his son (Shahrukh) out of the house for indulging in Open Source (kajol) till hritik comes out with a platform independent system and has both of them working together!

Ok... back to work, enuff pakaoing!

Megha said...

'Blog' was classic :)