Lucknow. Avadhesh Kumar, a B.Tech Final year student from Babu Banarasi Das College of Engineering Lucknow, Affliated to Uttar Pradesh Technical University recently cleared his Physics backlog after watching Christopher Nolan’s Interstellar.
Speaking to Faking News, a delighted Avadhesh said, “ I am very happy. I would like to thank Mr. Nolan for coming up with a movie like Interstellar. The movie really cleared my doubts regarding various concepts of Physics due to which I was finally able to clear my backlog after 3 years.” Avadhesh is now also eligible to sit in the various IT companies Recruitment drive but he told us that he wanted to go for higher studies now instead of joining a Bank PO coaching.
Avadhesh also accepted that he had serious doubts over his capability to clear his backlog as he could not feel confident enough after going through the famous guide book Quantum several times. He also accepted that he didn’t knew which book was prescribed according to curriculum or where his academic books were now.
Serious questions about our education system have been raised after this incident. We contacted the HRD Minister Ms. Smriti Irani for a comment who assured us that she would raise the issue with Mr. Nolan to start working on films based on chemistry and other fields too. She also urged the Bollywood film industry to make films similar to Interstellar in local languages.
Source tell Faking News that U.P.T.U. and other state universities will soon be screening special shows for Interstellar and the Backlog exams will be held thereafter.
Meanwhile Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav has declared that his party will soon be distributing free pirated CDs of the movie to the minority students.
It has also come to our knowledge that Farah Khan and Shahrukh Khan have teamed up for a 7D Sci-fi thriller based on the tragic love story of a couple en-route to Mars. The movie will feature an Item dance of 4 heroines dancing in different angles shot from cameras placed upside down to create special effects. The TV rights of the film have already been bought by Colors channel.