Kerala student’s answer sheet goes viral for ‘Baahubali’, ‘KGF’ inspiration in ‘epic’ essay on Ramayana

An answer sheet is going viral on social media of a student from Kerala for an essay written by the student for Malayalam examination. The question was about Ramayana, however, the student while giving the answer gave the reference of movies like ‘Baahubali’, ‘Pulimurugan’ and ‘KGF’. The answer begins with the sentence, “It is better to cut the heads of people who doubted the modesty of Seetha”, a reference to the iconic dialogue in Baahubali 2: The Conclusion.

The student also refers to lord Ram as gangster who came with Vanar Sena for a fight. However, he considers Ravana a monster, as he came alone. It should be noted that the gangster-monster reference is originally from the Kannada movie ‘KGF’.

The essay ends with a strong punch dialogue very similar to the one from KGF movie, “The ten people Ravana had beaten up were all kings. He was the real don of Lanka. Cowards die a thousand times, but brave people die only once. Ravana’s life was great”.

The answer paper is getting widely shared on Twitter and Facebook. Even Mollywood filmmaker Ranjith Shankar shared the post and called him future screenplay writer.

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