'Apni padhai ka balidaan hum denge': Children giving hilarious 'solutions' for fighting COVID-19
In a video going viral, two boys said their were ready to sacrifice their education if it is required to defeat coronavirus in an appeal to the prime minister.
Amid the Coronavirus pandemic, there has been a grim situation in the country. With the second wave of Covid-19, people have become more cautious of the virus. Amid the pandemic, several empowering stories about hope and resilience have come to light. From medical professionals singing and dancing to ease the patients' stress to people sharing their optimistic outlook during these unprecedented times, social media is filled with several inspiring stories. Recently, the board exams have been cancelled across the board.
In the light of this, a hilarious video is now going viral where two children are seen talking about 'solutions' to combat the ongoing pandemic. They are ready to make a bunch of harmless 'sacrifices' as they want to follow by example set by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
"Aggar corona se bachne ke liye apni padhai qurbaan karni pade toh Modiji hum tayyar hain, " one child said. The other one added, "Aggar saat saal bhi school bandh karna pade toh yeh balidaan hum denge."
In short, both of them are ready to sacrifice their academics to fight the pandemic for the PM.
It was shared on Twitter by a user named 'Bhaiyyaji'.
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The video went viral as soon as it was shared on the microblogging site. The hilarious clip garnered 1,11,900 views with 2189 retweets and 8679 likes.
Netizens were quite amused by the video.
Pankaj Tripathi's "Balidaan dena hoga (sacrifice is needed)" dialogue from Sacred Games 2 was immortalised through a ton of memes and spoofs on social media since the trailer was launched in 2019. And even after all this time, the popular dialogue keeps coming back through hilarious rendition, winning the internet and this too was no different.
Netizens loved video of these two children and gave them 'high marks' for their acting skills. While many said their acting made a compelling case, others couldn't stop laughing thinking how they thought of mentioning the prime minister to escape from studying.
However, these two aren't the only one complaining about studies amid the pandemic and lockdown.
Earlier this week, a girl from Jammu and Kashmir went viral for her 'adorable complaint' to PM Modi on burden of homework gets internet. It even got J&K L-G's attention, who intervened to address her concerns.
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