It is a proven fact that imaginations know no boundaries. This can be applied to just about anything, even if it is laden with humour. More often than not, netizens are at their creative best on social media platforms to make everyone's day. An instance of this is going viral these days. Many must have noticed black and white pictures of iconic Bollywood scenes. You might pass it off as a throwback to the old movies. However, that is not so. These are scenes from movies of the recent decade and before and a filter has been used on them. Moving on, many users talked about how it 'represented' their grandparents. An example of the same is this: Obviously, the person is not actually related to Aamir Khan. This is just a play on iconic Bollywood scenes and connecting it with their family members. This followed a barrage of tweets made with this template. The desi Twitter was at their creative and hilarious best. Here are some examples:One user shared a picture of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan from the song 'Silsila Yeh Chahat Ka' from the film 'Devdas.'Steve Carell aka Michael Scott from 'The Office' also made his presence felt. Remember Pooja from the famous 'Pooja what is this behaviour' meme? She was also there!"My grandma was such a baddie in the 60's," the tweet hilariously said. Some of the tweets also included Tamil actress Jyothika, Shahrukh Khan, and many others. Soon, the template went viral on Twitter and mostly everyone is now joining the bandwagon.