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This Hilarious Video Of US Embassy Officials Auditioning For Bollywood Roles Is Going Viral

Published on 29 September, 2017 at 7:40 pm By

In what was seen as one of the most hilarious things any government agency or department has ever done in the world, the US Embassy in India has released a video showing its officials auditioning for roles in Bollywood.

The funny yet interesting video was posted on the official Twitter account of the embassy on September 28.


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In the video, the officials of the embassy in New Delhi can be seen hilariously mimicking dialogues from famous Hindi movies like Sholay, Namak Halaal, to Deewar to Om Shanti Om.

One of the officials delivering the famous dialogue ‘Kitne aadmi the?’ by Gabbar Singh was just too hilarious.

 



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The video was made to celebrate India-US relation and to strengthen its ties. The embassy has also used the hashtag #USIndiaDosti with the video.

Watch the video here:

Watch their audition and tell us, if you were a Bollywood director, which of the them would get a lead role.

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