Kokilaben Is Back: This time Kokilaben is teaching desi style to Firang Bahu, not Gopi or Rashi, watch video

Kokilaben is learning desi style

Produced by Optimystix Entertainment, ‘Anandi Baa and Emily’ is all set to take its viewers on a colorful journey of this extraordinary saas-bahu combo.

The credit for making Gopi Bahu the favorite of TV, a cultured and gentle daughter-in-law, goes to Kokila Modi, who has now become the favorite mother-in-law of the audience. Emily, who came to fit herself in the Gujarati family of Star Plus’ ‘Anandi Baa Aur Emily’ show, is also making many efforts to win the heart of her mother-in-law Anandi Ba. In such a situation, who can help Emily better than Kokila Modi! That’s why Nightingale, except Rashi and Gopi daughter-in-law, is giving complete tips to Emily to become a member of the Gujarati family.

Watch the video of Kokilaben and Emily here

In a promo recently aired on the channel, Kokila Modi is giving tips to Emily on how to make ‘soft dhokla’ and other snacks like fafda, jalebi. One of the most important things to remember when trying to please a Gujarati mother-in-law is how to play dandiya. Kokilaben also teaches Dandiya to Emily, seeing Emily’s dance on it, Nightingale’s eyes are left wide open. Will Emily ever be able to learn that no one gets hurt while playing dandiya?

By doing all this, Emily tries to get Anandiba’s attention and impress her by using various tricks, including wearing Indian clothes. Sometimes she wears Punjabi clothes and sometimes Nauvari Saree, not only this, she is also showcasing her talent by doing a little Lezhim dance in this dress.

Adarsh ​​bahu wants to become Firangi Emily

Emily is also getting tips from social media influencers like Sheetal Tiwari, Ridhima Tiwari, Anita, Tanaaz Irani and Delnaaz Irani, through which she can impress her mother-in-law. On learning Gujarati culture from Kokilaben as Emily, Jazzy Ballerini says, “Learning from Rupal Patel aka Kokilaben has been a great experience for me. He taught me wholeheartedly and I started doing really well. I am grateful to him for introducing me to so many things about Gujarati culture that I might not have known before. I am also thankful to Ridhima, Sheetal, Anita, Tanaaz and Delnaaz for giving me useful tips to make Anandiba happy. Now I am excited about the launch of my show ‘Anandiba Aur Emily’.”

Foreign Emily loves Hindi idioms

Everyone loves Emily’s idioms now. He has now mastered these idioms that everyone uses in their daily life. But what exactly does she want to say? Those idioms say something like “Kala mixer buffalo par” and “Ulta chor kotwal ko kate!”

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