"Once upon a time in a far and distant land, on this planet of course,
There lived a family which was no different from all sorts.
Where a 'Namaskar' or a 'Pranaam', was been converted to 'Hello' and 'Hey',
Where the values and etiquettes were kept at bay.
From 'sarees and suits' to 'gowns and stilettos',
From 'kurta-pajamas', to 'tuxedos'.
Boring sophistication and showcased luxury,
The aura was simply zero thundery.
This was a modern Indian family who was at a party,
It was Granddad's birthday and no one was hearty.
No happy children around the cake,
Also, their parents did no ice-break.
The dull party was starving for a spark,
To make it all happily up-to-the-mark.
Read the rest of the poem to know,
What made them so crazy, an ultimate freak show."