Undoubtedly, Bollywood is omnipresent in our every day lives.
The effect of Hindi movies is with the end goal that everything from what we wear to where we travel is affected by what we see on the silver screen. Regardless of where we go, we’re either murmuring a Hindi tune, considering our most loved film or following our idols via social media.
Without us understanding, Bollywood saturates our regular day to day existences and abruptly, it’s even a part of our most essential discussions. What’s more, for a few, it’s a noteworthy piece of their comical inclination!
Take, for example, these individuals who’re Bollywood enthusiasts and Twitter comics moved into one and routinely come up with laugh-out-loud situations in full on Hindi film style!
so why is your dad’s name Jackie? wait, don’t answer that. pic.twitter.com/6FtQTMCjvg
— Rick Rossgolla (@nah_im_abdulla) July 29, 2016
Bhai peed in his pants when he met real actors 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/l3V2sUhppQ
— shawarma (@followkarnare) November 23, 2016
2005 – Aamir grows a moustache for Mangal
2016 – Aamir gains 25 kgs for Dangal
2022 – Aamir turns in to a mushroom for his role in Fungal
— Akshar (@AksharPathak) October 22, 2016
Ranveer Singh comes home wearing absolutely normal clothes
Family: Kya hua beta koi problem hai to bataao humein
— adrak (@ubercoolosis) December 16, 2016
Hollywood – And the Oscar goes to
Bollywood – And the Sansui Colors Stardust Pan Parag Amba TMT Saria AsliMasaleSachSachMDHMDH Award goes to
— adrak (@ubercoolosis) January 10, 2016
Bollywood Awards are never live telecast because they have to edit and show Rekha’s reaction when Amitabh comes on stage.
— SAGAR (@sagarcasm) February 29, 2016
Bollywood meeting Royal Couple
“Why are you so famous?”
“Well I guess my family is famous so me also”
— Tanmay Bhat (@thetanmay) April 10, 2016
If Usain bolt was born in India
“Bahut tez bhaagta hai, cricket khelega”#MSDhoniTrailer
— The ✪DEVIL✪ Twin (@beingtweet) August 17, 2016
In my understanding the genre of music where Ranbir Kapoor dresses like a homeless person and screams into a microphone is called sufi rock
— Bratticus (@bharatunnithan) October 5, 2016
[at Govinda’s restaurant]
Customer: “Waiter, this food has too much chilli in it.”
Waiter: “All right boys, this is what we trained for.”
— chief (@krazyfrog) December 16, 2016