Amitabh Bachchan Shares What A Mask Is Called In Hindi. Who Knew?
- Massive B could be seen sporting a Gulabo Sitabo themed masks
- “Mil gaya! Mil gaya! Mil gaya,” he wrote
- Massive B’s Gulabo Sitabo launched on Amazon Prime on June 12
Overlook the Gulabo Sitabo tongue tornado, we problem you to say “Isnasikamukhsanrakshak keetaanurodhak vayuchanak vastrdoriyuktpattika.” Sure, it has an Amitabh Bachchan connection and we won’t wait to share it. Massive B on the age of 77, is arguably one of many coolest Bollywood star (however he does not know). The veteran actor discovered a brand new strategy to maintain his Instafam hooked on Tuesday evening. He came upon what a masks is named in Hindi and it’s: “Isnasikamukhsanrakshak keetaanurodhak vayuchanak vastrdoriyuktpattika.” One other factor that we could not assist however discover in Massive B’s put up was his Gulabo Sitabo themed masks, that includes Mirza (Massive B’s character within the movie) and Baankey aka Ayushmann Khurrana.
The caption on Massive B’s put up learn: “Mil gaya! Mil gaya! Mil gaya! Bohot parishram ke baad, masks ka anuvaad mil gaya. (Discovered it! Discovered it! Discovered it! After a number of effort, I discovered the Hindi translation for a masks). nasikamukhsanrakshak keetaanurodhak vayuchanak vastrdoriyuktpattika.”
Take a look at Massive B’s put up right here:
As part of his recently-released movie Gulabo Sitabo‘s promotional exercise, Amitabh Bachchan began a tongue tornado problem. He nominated his colleagues to say, “Gulabo ki khatar-patar se titar-bitar sitabo, sitabo ke agar-magar se uthal-puthal gulabo,” 5 instances. Nominating Deepika Padukone, Ranbir Kapoor, Virat Kohli, Kartik Aaryan and Bhumi Pednekar to take the problem, Massive B wrote: “Bas 5 baar bolna hai yeh tongue tornado.. Koshish karenge aap log .. Karenge toh humari chandi ho jayegi.. Sivaye ek ke.”
Gulabo Sitabo, directed by Shoojit Sircar, launched on Amazon Prime. It opened to largely constructive opinions from movie critics. Saibal Chatterjee, in his evaluate for NDTV, gave the movie, three stars out of 5 and wrote: “The movie has components which are a little bit of a combined bag, however the method during which the movie rides on its quirky principal premise, droll little idiosyncratic detours, the cadences of the language of Lucknow and two great pivotal star turns provides it an out-of-the-ordinary veneer.”