Amitabh Bachchan praises this new efficacy of Hindi language
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.
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) ???......"
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.