To begin with I would like to thank the director of this movie for considering me worthy enough of bringing to life his main protagonist on the screen. The amount of effort, dedication and passion with which he created this character made it very easy for me to portray it with panache on the screen.
Next, I would like to thank the dialog writer and editor of this movie for making me sound and look so wonderfully elegant in the role. Some of the lines spoken will remain with me forever and will haunt me for many more nights to come. And the slick editing has ensured that all the best parts of my acting prowess have found a prominent place in the final cut.
Huh, what is that? What did you say? Yes, I know that I have been awarded with The Best Actor of the Year award. So what if they are not the Academy Awards or the Emmy Awards? So what if they are only the Razzies?
What, they are awarded to the best ‘worst’ movies and acting performances of the year!!!
Sheesh, you sure found a nice time to read out the ‘fine print’ to me, didn’t you!!!
This post has been written for Project 365 : A post a day where the intention is to publish at least one post a day based on the prompts provided.
Today’s prompt was to give an acceptance speech for an award that I had received.