By Asiddababa and Beelzebubbles
It’s a bit of a drag getting back to work from a long weekend sometimes, so we thought you might like a little something special on Monday morning!
This is the second poster from Baal-Koni Productions, images that bring legal history alive by referencing movies and other popular culture. (Click here to see the first poster, in case you missed it.)
If you haven’t got the hang of how these work yet, here’s the deal:
Asiddababa and Beelzebubbles, the deviant minds behind Baal-Koni, create these posters to depict a particular moment in Indian legal history. The previous poster was a representation of the facts surrounding the famous case of K.M. Nanavati v. State of Maharashtra, 1962 SCR Supl. (1) 567. They used key facts from the case, and created a poster which referenced the popular Hindi movie, Pati Patni aur Woh.
This time around, you get to guess which case or incident in legal history this poster represents. Try guessing what the poster is about in the comments below. The best guess – the one which explains the poster and its link to Indian legal history most accurately and completely, wins a prize – a Rs.250/- gift voucher on flipkart.com!
Now take a look, and post your guesses in the comments below! Best of luck!
Feel free to download the image above, but if you decide to pass it on to someone, please remember to tell people you got it from myLaw.net!