14th September is celebrated as Hindi Diwas and veteran actor Dharmendra shared his love for the language in the best possible way. He shared a tweet in which he wrote that he loves every language and he has enjoyed Hindi during his acting career. He shared a clip from the film Chupke Chupke in the tweet.
Har Bhash se mohabbat hai ….. आप के धर्म ने हिंदी का भी जी भर के आनंद लिया 🙏 pic.twitter.com/g51LmaQTsz— Dharmendra Deol (@aapkadharam) September 14, 2020
Netizens showered love over nostalgic clip
The nostalgic clip brought back so many memories for netizens and celebrities who showered their love for the language and actor.
डॉक्टर परिमल त्रिपाठी घाँस फूंस के डॉक्टर 😂🙏— 🇮🇳 Prabhat Yadav 🇮🇳 (@prabhatkumar76) September 14, 2020
धरम पा जी चुपके चुपके आज भी महीने में एकाध बार देख ही लेते हैं।क्या काम था आपका और सभी लोगों का।हंसते हंसते पेट में बल पड़ जाते हैं।
This was a classic. I have seen atkeast 30 times if not more.. and you, so so adorable! Charhdi kala ch raho ji!!”lots of love. https://t.co/Ne7jJRpRMA— Divya Dutta (@divyadutta25) September 14, 2020
Jai Ho— Suresh Nakhua 🇮🇳 ( सुरेश नाखुआ ) (@SureshNakhua) September 14, 2020
My all time favorite movie https://t.co/nRAwzklJEw
Chupke Chupke and Dharmendra role as Hindi speaking driver
Chupke Chupke, directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee, revolves around Parimal Tripathi, who is a botany professor. He falls in love with Sulekha Chaturvedi, played by Sharmila Tagore. Sulekha’s brother-in-law Raghavendra Kumar Sharma, played by Om Prakash, is obsessed with the Hindi language and had asked Sulekha’s father, Haripad Chaturvedi, played by David Abraham Cheulkar, to arrange a driver who can speak in “shudh Hindi” without mixing it with other languages like English. As Raghavendra has never seen Parimal, he decides to pretend as a driver and play a prank on him.
From dialogues, such as, “bhojan to humne laupathgamini sthal par hi kar liya tha (I had lunch at the railway station),” to “ab T-O, to, D-O, do, toh G-O, goo kyon nahi hota? (When T-O, to, D-O, do, then why G-O is not GOO” and “Saheb wo Phthisis ka kya hoga (Sir, what about Phthisis),” the movie has so many moments that will leave you in splits. After all who can forget the prankster “ek din ka chowkidar” Parimal Tripathi who was a “Ghaas Phoos Ka Doctor” but became Hindi-bhashi driver Pyaremohan Allahbadi anyway!