Vikrant Massey's Dialogue From ‘Criminal Justice’ Has Given Netizens New Fodder To Feed Their Meme Frenzy

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Hotstar released its second original series named ‘Criminal Justice’ on April 5 but even before the show was out, the Twitter universe started a riot of memes based on its trailer.

Written By Urvee Koyari | Mumbai | Updated On:

Days after the release of Kalank’s trailer, Hotstar released its second original series named ‘Criminal Justice’ on April 5 but even before the show was out, the Twitter universe started a riot of memes based on its trailer.

The web-series struck a chord for the desi users on Twitter, who were seen using dialogue from its trailer to churn out hilarious memes are taking the internet by storm.

The show stars Vikrant Massey in its lead role who is seen to find himself in a grave situation as a young man. Adapted from a British drama, the series has various turns that make the viewers go up and down its thrilling journey.

“They met, they partied, she was murdered. He says he doesn’t remember anything,” as Hotstar likes to describe it, the series has a stronger impact with shorter episodes, brisk editing, and exciting twists and turns.
 

But before the viewers could savour the show and see how the story unfolds, one of Vikrant’s dialogue has become a meme hit for the netizens.

As he claims his innocence, blurting out “Kya hua, kab hua, ye sab mujhe yaad nahi”, the dialogue is setting the Twitterati’s on fire. Here’s how the netizens made use of Vikrant’s dialogue and transformed it into a hit fodder for memes:


 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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