What's Olympics gatecrasher Madhura Honey doing in these film posters?
August 1, 2012, 6:10 pm
Madhura Honey, the mystery woman who was later identified as a member of the Indian cast at the Olympics extravaganza, gatecrashed the Opening Ceremony. See what she's been up to since then. Strictly for fun and pop art lovers. Images by: Soumyadip Chowdhury
A poster, well, modified poster of Raj Kapoor's Barsaat. Honey, who gatecrashed India's parade at the Olympic opening ceremony was a member of the cast from the extravaganza but should not have been with the athletes, London 2012 chief Sebastian Coe had said.
Breakfast at Madhura Honey's? A modified poster of Breakfast at Tiffany's.
Indian officials were incensed by Honey's unauthorised presence alongside flag-bearing wrestler Sushil Kumar. What would they say if they saw the poster of Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge?
Wearing red and blue in complete contrast to female members of the contingent who were sporting yellow saris and blue blazers, Honey walked confidently at the head of the parade. This is a modified poster of Amitabh Bachchan's Deewar.
Honey is completing her post graduate education in UK. She peeps out of a modified poster of Dev D.
She told her parents that she would be on the big screen with the India participants. They'll be thrilled to see her on this poster of Kabhi Kabhie.
She apparently put up her Olympic pass on her Facebook account. Will she now put up this poster of Love Aaj Kal that features her?
And there she is, enjoying a screen moment in this iconic image from Mother India.
The chairman of the London Olympics, Sebastian Coe said she was a cast member who clearly got slightly overexcited. He must be right. Just see the expression on her face while Dilip Kumar and Madhubala mope.
A poster of Sholay modified to accommodate its newest cast member, Madhura Honey.
The authorities maintained that she was no danger to the Indian squad since as a cast member for the ceremony she would have undergone all security checks. The Silence of The Lambs poster featuring Madhura Honey. Let's talk of danger now, shall we?