Thanks to Silverscreen for bringing this to our attention.
posted by Kaps at
What did he speak ?
By Prabhu, at 6:47 PM
I have not seen this movie nor do i want to but would like someone who has seen it to tell us what the provocation was to speak in a language that is clearly not his. Some actors have been made to speak in English to show that the character they portray is not inferior because they can spit out a few words in english.
By Anand Srini, at 9:19 PM
was this supposed to be a punch line or was this supposed to be comedy?
By Eshwar S, at 10:23 PM
LOL :-)==How dare you .!! Hmm. Tamil films are growing up.Wonder what would be the reaction in the 'Free TV ' areas?ada innappa idhu..bejara keedha..englees la pesaraanunga..dubakkoor pasanga :)
By Narayanan Venkitu, at 11:52 PM
men can be "dharing too" , LOL
By Surya, at 1:40 AM
@Prabhu,His expression says it all. do u really need to hear what he spoke?@Anand Srini,maybe they thought that such anger is best expressed thru Tamilized accent of English@Eshwar,Intended to be a punch line, but turned out to be a comedy.@NV,Free TV will take years to reach them.@Surya,:))
By Kaps, at 10:58 AM
haha...hey sambhar mafia that was a good video. i wonder what was he spitting out! that was really a comedy time! but heard that this guy has a dozen of movies in his hands...oh gosh....
By tamilmagani, at 1:27 PM
Hahaha... Who is this guy??? Sounds like he was trying to imitate the afro-american accent!
By Jo, at 5:25 PM
Sounds eerily like Raajkumar in and as "Eeeef you come today".
By shrik, at 7:46 PM
Kaps, Tamilized accent-aa? It was some unbearable accent. Kodumaidaa saami
By WA, at 8:01 AM
By Karthik, at 4:21 PM
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