Man sets new Guinnes World Record for watching movies continuously
A Canadian man named Suresh Joachim, who broke the previous record of 120 hours 23 minutes by more than 1 hour to set a new world record of 121 hours 18 minutes.
Joachim’s new record supersedes that set by Ashish Sharma of India, who spent 120 hours 23 minutes, watching 48 movies. Suresh Joachim, who sets the Guinness World Record for watching movies have several other records too in his name.
In 1991, Suresh Joachim first discovered the Guinness Book of World Records. He was then inspired to break them himself, as it was the most obvious way he found for an average person like him to become famous.
Other List of records by Suresh Joachim
- Watched TV for 69 hours 48 minutes
- Balanced on one foot for 76 hours and 40 minutes
- Was in the longest drumming marathon for 84 hours
- Ran 100 km on a treadmill in 7 hours 21 minutes and 40 seconds
- Ran 100 miles on a treadmill in 13 hours 42 minutes 33 seconds
- Ran 240.11 miles on a treadmill in 2 days
- Ran 160.24 miles on a treadmill in a day
- A group of musicians led by him played music for 42 hours 52 minutes
- Rocked on a rocking chair for 75 hours continuously
- Participated in the longest tenpin bowling marathon for 100 hours
- Was in the longest dance marathon for 100 hours
- Ironed continuously for 55 hours 5 minutes
- Crawled 56.62 km non-stop
- Travelled 225.44 km up and down escalators
- Ran 3,495 km every hour for 42 days (1000 hours nonstop)
Joachim’s marriage was also set several records. He married Christa Rasanayagam in Mississauga in 2003 that given the following records.
- Was accompanied by 47 grooms men on his wedding
- Was accompanied by 79 bridesmaids on his wedding
- Made the world’s largest bouquet, measuring 62.09 meters
Those who like to beat the Guinnes World Record for watching movies can try from now onward by targeting his 121 hours 18 minutes. His next project announced is World Peace Marathon, is a global awareness program targeting a better tomorrow vision is going to start on December 25, 2017 at 12:00 am. It is worldwide journey from Bethlehem to Toronto.