Wow, so you opened the article. 


No, I'm saying this because I know for a fact that aadhi junta sirf headline dekh ke hi dislike maar ke chali gayi hogi.

So if you're reading this, thank you for your time.

And yes, you heard me right.

Harry Potter fans. Need. To. Grow. Up.

The last Harry Potter novel (Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows) was released almost 11 years ago on 21st July 2007.

The last Harry Potter movie was released 7 years back in 2011.

Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson are 28 years old today. 

Rupert Grint is 29.

Unfortunately, the fans are still 11 years old.

Why else would you have the Harry Potter theme as your mobile ringtone? 

Why else would you randomly come to my desk and shout 'Expecto Patronum'?

Why else would you scream 'Avada Kedavra' while finishing that last slice of pizza?

Source: Nerdist

I get it. I get it.

Harry Potter was an integral part of your childhood and you were super attached to his journey. 

But guess what, that journey is over. They're all grown up. They're all busy in their respective lives. It was all fantasy.

But no. Some 'Muggles' have taken it upon themselves to not let Harry Potter die in peace. 

Like this act of playing Quidditch in real life.

What the actual fuck! 

Source: Washington Post

Why do they have brooms attached to their ass? 

Source: bungalower


This is what I'm talking about. 

I understand your fandom. I really do.

And trust me when I say this, but I really liked Harry Potter. 

But then I was a Shaktimaan fan too.

Now I can't go around spinning while saying 'fuck fuck fuck fuck', can I?

Which is why, I humbly request you.

Grow up.

I know it's hard. But try toh karo!

And start by changing that Harry Potter ringtone.