Wow! This is amazing! It is indeed commendable to wake up and
get ready in the early morning. You are making Marathi people feel guilty
of not waking up early. But Marathi people don’t feel guilty so easily. – What?
– What are you saying? I saw your interview wherein you spoke in Marathi. I thought you guys are Marathi. – No. We just learned what was required for that role.
– Yes. I was born in Mumbai. So I do understand Marathi. I didn’t understand completely what you said
because you spoke in higher-level Marathi. I can speak a little bit, but I haven’t learned it of this level. – Uncle, would you please teach me?
– Sure. No worries. I will teach you such a higher-level Marathi that everyone will be astounded. Yes. Marathi… BhaDiPa presents Signs of Being Marathi By the way, how come you came here, Uncle? The director of the film ‘Panipat’… is my relative. Ashu Sir? – Yes.
– Really? He is indirectly related to me. Actually…he is a nephew of my cousin aunt’s
cousin sister-in-law. But we are really close to each other. All Marathi-speaking people… are related to each other in some or the other way. – I see!
-I didn’t get it. But it was nice. See, Kruti… It’s not Kruti. It’s Kriti. Kriti. Hey, it shouldn’t be pronounced as Kriti. The pronunciation is ‘Kruti’. For example… Sahitya (ingredients) and Kruti (method), Kala (Art) Kruti (work). We will ask Aai about it. The pronunciation must be ‘Kruti’. -But my name is Kriti.
– Your name must be ‘Kruti’. Just check it once.
He is saying with such a confidence. – Check with your parents.
– This is the limit. – It is ‘Kriti’.
– No. It’s ‘Kruti’. It is ‘Kriti’, isn’t it? – Then say it with a confidence.
– Right. Marathi people have a high level of confidence. It exists in their blood. Then say ‘My name is Kriti’ confidently. My name is Kriti. My name too is Kriti. – Hey!
– Her name is Kriti. This is the first sign of being Marathi – Confidence! Well done, Kru…Kriti! Good job! But even you have got a great confidence, Uncle. Nothing like that! Thank you. Pleasure! I love you. What? – Kriti..
– I will give you one tight slap. Kriti… he can do anything…just anything! You are shaming this poor guy. Isn’t it a fact? Don’t you think that it’s too much to say
that he can do ‘anything’? I am sorry but I doubt. Are you crazy? He can do anything. – You may ask him to do anything.
– Can you dance? No, he won’t dance. His age won’t allow. One minute! Uncle, you may get hurt. Hey…. I am a Marathi man. I will get hurt, but I won’t change. This is the second sign of being Marathi. Uncle’s swag is ‘Jagat Bhari’ (out of the world). Actually…I can be known as Prabhu Deva of Prabhadevi. – But nobody knows it. Do know why?
– Thank God. Because a Marathi man will never boast about his skills. You guys carry on, I will go now. One should say ‘let me take your leave’
and not ‘I go’. Here is the third sign! Wow! You have become 100% Marathi… Marathi scholar! I am feeling so proud! Hail India! Hail Maharashtra! Hello folks! If you have liked this video,
then like it, share it and… subscribe to BhaDiPa. Do watch Panipat on 6th December. In the movie theaters near you. Watch it for sure. Bravo! I love you. Me? You. Me? No. – Yes.