Here is a modern take on the legacy of Julius Caesar, inspired by Shashi Tharoor's 'The Great Indian Novel".
Mark Antony, who turned out to be Caesar's true friend, begged for his death, but the conspirators thought it would be good if they could have him on their side. After a short speech by Brutus, the crowd wanted to go with him to celebrate. However, he asked the people to stay with Mark Antony and mourn Caesar's death, while the conspirators themselves took off in their Lamborghinis to celebrate. What they didn't know was that they would have to pay with their lives for this error.
Mark Antony, the father of sarcasm and satire, started by praising the conspirators, but slowly and carefully, turned the mob against them. This sparked off a great civil war, when Mark Antony, along with Caesar's nephew, Octavius, took over the power.
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