Arshad Warsi: tongue in cheek!

The actor’s best line in his Subhash Ghai movie gets even weirder when translated into English

Arshad Warsi has often said some of the best comic lines in Bollywood but if you think about it, his tongue has been firmly in his irreverent cheek. He is perhaps superbly qualified to provide advice on exactly that. Which is what he did in Short Kut – The Con Is On when he said:

Zubaan mooh mein rakhne ke liye hoti hai … tu kyun deta rehta hai logon ko yaar!

Unfortunately, it didn’t quite make the cut when translated into English:

Tongue mouth in is for keeping … you why keep giving to people friend!


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