It is the time of the year when all of us are all set to welcome the new year. And, so before that, let's take a look back at the 2018's best memes that have kept people laughing and entertained. Hats off to the netizens who have a knack for quirky words, be it for pictures of eminent personalities or a scene from a film, their witty captions and relatable takes to even random photos that led to sheer online fun.
Have a look!
Ever since the release of 'Sui Dhaaga- Made In India's trailer, a still from the film has been making rounds on social media. And, none of us needs an explanation as to which scene it is. The still that shows Anushka Sharma crying frantically soon turned into a photo-shopping battle.
After the much-awaited trailer of 'Zero' released, the netizens could not stop turning the glimpses of the trailer into memes, which flooded every social media platform.
Priya Prakash Varrier's popular wink with an eyebrow raise, had the whole nation talking about her and consequently creating memes around it. Because of the viral wink, she soon became the most googled celebrity of 2018, and also the most followed one on social media.
'Sacred Games', which has become one of Netflix's most popular ventures in India, is due for a second season. But before that, the previous season fell prey to many viral memes that are sure to make you laugh till your stomach hurts!!
Not only did Netflix India rule the cyberspace this year with their quirky posts on Instagram and Twitter, but also their shows. And as most of their original desi content had Radhika Apte, it got them brutally trolled. But instead of shying away, they openly proclaimed their love for the Ghoul actor and said she is ‘omnipresent', something that started a whirlwind online and flooded social media platforms with hilarious memes.
This meme went viral when Adam Levy posted a photo showing what preachers, DJs, and bank robbers have in common. Although Levy tweeted it out first, it was Twitter user Chelo, whose tweet went viral.
Bollywood's most anticipated film 'Thugs of Hindostan' created quite a buzz before the release, but failed to impress the audience and thus tanked at the box office. After the film's trailer was dropped by the makers, netizens could not seem to understand the uncanny resemblance it had with 'Pirates of the Carribean' which thus gave rise to many memes.