[Throwback video] Chris Hemsworth mouthing Shah Rukh Khan's iconic dialogue from DDLJ is all issues wow

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Chris delivers Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge’s dialogue&  | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspInstagram

We are all conscious of the craze that followers and followers have for Bollywood. Whether it is about binge-watching an iconic film or recreating the well-known dialogues from the movie, we now have all been by way of the craze that Bollywood motion pictures have on us. And when a well-known character delivers an iconic dialogue or options within the remake of a well-known Bollywood movie, web goes berserk. A throwback video of Chris Hemsworth delivering the well-known dialogue from Shahrukh Khan’s iconic film Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge goes viral on the web. 

It was on October 25, 2019, when Rudhraksh Jaiswal shared a video of Chris delivering the enduring dialogue bade bade deshon mein aaisi choti choti baatein hoti rehti hai. Rudhraksh captioned the video, “And guys there you have it @chrishemsworth saying a Hindi dialogue it is actually better than his Spanish. This is so cool guys… loves his dialogue delivery and his smile. He just killed it.. love you sir!!!! Listen to it carefully.”

Check out the video right here:

Yesterday, whereas interacting with a stay viewers, Trump went to speak about Bollywood movies and specifically talked about movies corresponding to DDLJ and Sholay. He stated, “All over the planet people take great joy in watching Bollywood films, romance and drama bhangra, and classic films like DDLJ and Sholay.”

Check out Donald Trump’s speech right here:

It appears that DDLJ and its iconic dialogue is everybody’s favorite. When former US President Barack Obama had visited India in 2015, he had additionally talked about the enduring dialogue in his speech. While interacting throughout a city corridor in Delhi, he had stated, “The last celebration, here we celebrated festival of lights in Mumbai. We danced with some children. Unfortunately, we were not able to schedule any dancing in this visit. Senorita, bade bade desho mein… you know what I mean.”

Here’s Barack Obama’s video:

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We love how well-known personalities recreate the enduring dialogues of Bollywood motion pictures and guess DDLJ is everybody’s favorite!    

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