A never before seen, practiced initiative that has been attempted by somebody or an organisation we least expect has now come from United States embassy in India. The embassy in its attempt to celebrate US-India dosti, has put out a video on Twitter showing its employees recreating and performing on famous Bollywood movie scenes in Hindi.

The US embassy India took to their official Twitter account and shared a video which is hilarious and a unique and cute way to celebrate US India relationship and deepen the ties between the two nations.

The embassy shared the video saying, “Who loves Bollywood? We do! Watch our officers audition for their big movie break world famous Hindi film dialogues! Celebrating US-India Dosti.”

The embassy further said, “If you were a Bollywood director, which of these 3 would get a lead role?”

Among the scenes recreated by US Embassy India officials in the video, one of the official played Amjad Khan’s famous role of ‘Gabbar’ from Bollywood’s all-time blockbuster ‘Sholay’. The official played Gabbar’s ‘Kitane aadmi the?’ dialogue.

Another embassy official played Deepika Padukone as Shanti from her movie ‘Om Shanti Om’ and performed her famous dialogue ‘Ek chutki sindoor ki keemat tum kya jaano Ramesh babu’.

While the third scene that was recreated was from the movie ‘Deewar’ playing Amitabh Bachchan as Vijay and performing his world know dialogue, ‘Mere Paas Paisa Hai, Bangla Hai, Gaadi Hai, par tumhari pass kya hai’.

Among many options, ways that bring two nations closer, one is the film industry. People, organisations in different ways try to bridge the gap between nations by appreciating each others art, culture, traditions. 

But by recreating world famous Bollywood film scenes by US embassy India officials, such a gesture and initiative taken by the embassy is something which was unexpected but is appreciable, entertaining and has set new standards.

First Published | 29 September 2017 1:40 PM
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