Shubhangi Atre i.e. Bhabi ji is at home that Angoori Bhabi has got a lot of popularity from this show. Today there are lakhs of fans of the actress not only in India but also abroad.
On the occasion of World Hindi Diwas Angoori Bhabi (Angoori Bhabi) Katori Amma and Ramesh Prasad Mishra told about their special and interesting moments when they met foreigners trying their hand at Hindi and they completely was astonished.
Shubhangi Atre alias ‘Bhabiji is at home‘ Angoori sister-in-law said, ‘It has happened many times, when I went out of India and people recognized me and greeted me by saying ‘Namaste Angoori Bhabi’. Once a woman came up to me and in her unique tone, she caught the catchphrase of Angoori Bhabi ‘Sahi Pakte Hain!’ tried to speak. It was such a lovely moment that I hugged him. I am sure that our television shows are watched all over the world and play an important role in making Hindi so popular all over the world.
Himani Shivpuri, who plays the character of Katori Amma in Happu Ki Ultan Paltan said, “Hindi is a beautiful Indian language and I have loved it since childhood because my father Dr. Bhatt studied Hindi and Sanskrit in The Doon School. was a teacher. Working in this industry and trying to speak Hindi in different accents and dialects further increased my love for this language. Right now, my katori amma ki kanpuriya Hindi has made me popular in India and abroad. I remember once I met a foreign young man, who came to me and tried to say something, but no one could understand his point. But after he tried a little more, I understood what he was trying to say ‘Lemon nichee denge’. I would really like to appreciate his efforts and his love for Hindi catchphrases. Hindi has made its mark all over the world and dialogues of Hindi shows and Bollywood films are becoming increasingly popular.
Ambareesh Bobby aka &TV’s ‘Aur Bhai Kya Kya Rala Hai?’ K Ramesh Prasad Mishra said, ‘In one of the stories of our show, we were accompanied by European Belle Dancer Ejiza Khamreva, who played the role of Sandra. The experience of working with him was unique, but we also had a lot of fun teaching him Hindi on the sets. She was very excited to learn Hindi and even quickly learned some popular Hindi words like Namaste, Masala, Dost, Mast etc. She started greeting everyone in Hindi and everyone enjoyed her firangi tone. Teaching him Hindi was not only a wonderful experience for us, but we were also very happy to see his interest in Hindi and his thrill of learning our language.