A suave guy finds himself in a state transport bus when his car breaks down. In a bus full of villagers his attention is drawn to a striking girl. As he tries to make a conversation , the differences become evident. Will they be able to see each other beyond the obvious? Since it takes all kinds to make a bus journey worth the trip.
Dialects unite us since we discover a similarity of acknowledgment in each other when we hear the well known tongue. We get ourselves identified with the other individual in a way that is practically similar to home.
Yet, the dialect of our souls, don’t have words or sounds. Hearts… simply feel and their dialect is the little touches, the way you take a gander at somebody, the laughs, the curious grins…
This short film transferred by humaramovie, ‘Khamakha’, featuring Manjari Fadnis (Jaane Tu Ya Jaane Na popularity) and Harshavardhan Rane (Telegu filmstar) while quarreling about dialects unconsciously demonstrate to us that when the dialect of your heart when matches somebody else’s, that is genuine correspondence.