Big B praises this new efficacy of Hindi language

New Delhi [India], Jan 10 (ANI): Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan, in his usual witty style, is all praises for a teacher's unique approach of teaching and his Twitter post is a proof of the same. In a recent tweet shared by Aam Aadmi Party leader Kumar Vishwas, a teacher can be seen singing about the English alphabets, vowels and consonants in a song. He captioned the post as, "Kash ki hamein 'vowels' aur 'consonants' aise kisi musical guru ji ne padhae hote toh hum bhi aaj @ShashiTharoor babu ki tarah farraate maar ke angrezi bol rahe hote. (I wish we were taught 'vowels' and 'consonants' by such a musical teacher, even we would have spoken English just as well as Shashi Tharoor does.)" He even tagged Tharoor in his tweet.
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काश कि हमें ‘Vowels” और “Consonants” ऐसे किसी म्यूज़िकल गुरु जी ने पढ़ाए होते तो हम भी आज @ShashiTharoor बाबू की तरह फ़र्राटे मार के अंग्रेज़ी बोल रहे होते 😢😍😜👍

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The post was later retweeted by Bachchan. Also, elucidating on the efficacy of Hindi as a language over English, Bachchan wrote, " Just look at the efficacy of the Hindi language: (In English) I am sorry, I cannot hear you properly, can you please repeat what is the matter? (In Hindi) ???......" abtweet_jan10.jpg Interestingly, in his 1982 blockbuster, the 76-year-old actor regaled the audience with a hilarious monologue, which said, "English is a funny language." The present post was later retweeted by many users, collecting thousands of likes and comments. (ANI)
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