Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Monday, May 20, 2013
Sunday, May 19, 2013
A is a popular internet photo fad which gets its name from an evil character in the short story B. B has been adapted for film and TV several times, most notably as a 1999 Hollywood feature starring C. Very recently, a 500 million year old fossil was named D because it had a physical attribute resembling the title character C played in the movie E. Speaking of scientific discoveries being named after people, a spider specie discovered in 2007 in the American state F was named after G, which was pretty ironic as G had harshly criticised F through two of his songs: H and ‘F’. The song I, which eventually became a rock classic, was written as a ‘response song’ to denounce G. I also mentions J, one of the most infamous scandals of all time which led to the resignation of president K.
The 1951 Bollywood classic L produced the famous song M which became a huge hit in China, Soviet Union and the Middle East, also being translated into the local languages of these places. In fact, the famous novel N by Russian Nobel laureate O also mentions this movie/song. O is also one of the winners of the P, the second largest financial prize award given to an individual.
The recently released movie Q is based on the work of R, a famous author of the ‘Lost Generation’. R was named after S, his distant cousin. S is known for writing the lyrics to T, which later became their national anthem.
20*5 = 100 points.