Dont we all need a good laugh

I just rolled over laughing when I saw this. Do watch, for this gentleman just got his 15 minutes of fame

21 Responses to “Dont we all need a good laugh”

  1. Dear Shekhar,
    Yes, I too rolled over laughing when I first watched that video. Later when I was driving back to home, his honesty for his profession struck me.
    He wanted to be perfect. The video is only about 2 mins long but he tried many times. In the end he was successful in recording his message without interruptions. What a committed fellow, hats off to him.
    On an another note, please write sometime about your movie “Gawahi”. When I was a kid (7-8 years old) we had an audio cassette which had one of its song “Bhool Bhulaiya sa yeh jeevan aur hum tum anjaan”. We lost that cassette somehow and I had to try really hard to get that song back. Some avid music collector emailed me the mp3 of that song few months back.
    I have tried hard but never saw its DVD anywhere. I believe Jeenat Aman was also in the movie. Do write a few words about that movie sometime, Please.

  2. Dear Shekhar,
    Yes, I too rolled over laughing when I first watched that video. Later when I was driving back to home, his honesty for his profession struck me.
    He wanted to be perfect. The video is only about 2 mins long but he tried many times. In the end he was successful in recording his message without interruptions. What a committed fellow, hats off to him.
    On an another note, please write sometime about your movie “Gawahi”. When I was a kid (7-8 years old) we had an audio cassette which had one of its song “Bhool Bhulaiya sa yeh jeevan aur hum tum anjaan”. We lost that cassette somehow and I had to try really hard to get that song back. Some avid music collector emailed me the mp3 of that song few months back.
    I have tried hard but never saw its DVD anywhere. I believe Jeenat Aman was also in the movie. Do write a few words about that movie sometime, Please.

  3. Dear Shekhar,
    Yes, I too rolled over laughing when I first watched that video. Later when I was driving back to home, his honesty for his profession struck me.
    He wanted to be perfect. The video is only about 2 mins long but he tried many times. In the end he was successful in recording his message without interruptions. What a committed fellow, hats off to him.
    On an another note, please write sometime about your movie “Gawahi”. When I was a kid (7-8 years old) we had an audio cassette which had one of its song “Bhool Bhulaiya sa yeh jeevan aur hum tum anjaan”. We lost that cassette somehow and I had to try really hard to get that song back. Some avid music collector emailed me the mp3 of that song few months back.
    I have tried hard but never saw its DVD anywhere. I believe Jeenat Aman was also in the movie. Do write a few words about that movie sometime, Please.

  4. Red Soul says:

    this is hilarious

  5. Sir,
    Had the TV reporter been selling Karachi Halwa on the station would have sold much more than reporting. The Train in the background doesn’t seem to leave the station for the total 1.57 duration. Humour has no borders.!!
    Vinod Agarwal – Amused with our funny Asian sense of humour, which reassures how our heart tickles alike.

  6. Amrit says:

    I almost died laughing! LOL!

  7. AJ says:

    Super …
    This was the laugh
    A star is born with 98,000 Views.
    World needs good laugh and you have conveyed the best message …
    Another fun
    http://in.youtube.com/watch?v=ouDRDzqTu0M

  8. The telecast was LIVE ?
    If yes….ha aha haaaa oh ho ho…

  9. Sonali says:

    Yes! I watched it over and over! It is the deepest sincerity, as his in this video, that evokes the highest and the purest form of humor, exceptionally rare! I laughed and laughed like I had not in a long time! But, interestingly, not without acknowledging his innocence which only could hit and draw humor from such unfrequented depths of my heart!

  10. Deepshikha says:

    I want to know what ‘andrune-mulk’ means .. i guess its foreign land .. but, i love the tongue twist in it :):) .. nice one shekhar!

  11. Rudra says:

    So..what is so humorous about it ?..
    Just a poor man , struggling to get a proper shot. If possible, respect his dedication , people !
    Shekhar , I’d like to see a video of you trying to get one of your shots right…
    Paki media have a lot to learn yet . If they stop growing beards and crying hoarse about their so-called superior religion (Islam) , they may get a chance to talk to someone like Shekhar and learn a thing or two from the ‘big brother’.

  12. isabel says:

    what was he saying?
    never mind…
    his absolute focus on whatever he was saying…
    remains…
    never mind the pushes and pulls…
    good practise …
    oh yes …
    I imagine the words now…
    LET NOTHING DISSSSTURB ME…
    hee hee hee
    question is …
    from which angle???

  13. Haha… that was one hilarious outtake! And I thought we Hyderabaddies had the funniest diction as well as delivery. The anchor must be praised for his multi-tasking abilities though, part-time Art Director, part-time grunt on set, part-time crowd controller, even part-time director since he knows when to call a cut, and of course full-time anchor 🙂 Seriously, they need to export more such folk, from the other side of the border… and not the malevolent ones!

  14. Mee-nakshi says:

    I laughed loudly and hysterically in the middle of a serious quiet office and people wondered if I had gone loony! LOL. have tears in my eyes:)

  15. Nick Kreiss says:

    Works every time.

  16. brahmastra says:

    Deepshikha
    “andrune-mulk” means a place where one goes to eat various animal parts to celebrate and showcase their devotion to a copyrighted god..and then use the lower energies cultivated from that act to attack the non-believers of that god.
    Sorry to burst the bubble here..that video is funny..but i think my take on it is funnier.

  17. Koizen says:

    Hehhh heh….wow
    Initially It brings laughter but this is more of audio gag…the man who is a t.v. reporter might not have known that ‘karachi say andruney log idd mananey apney mulk jaa rahey hei…kamraman key saath…aree badey badmash ho tum…” and he is interrupted but his subconscious mind is focused on the slow moving train…
    he got his act well without rehearsal (many actors do that) and consequently he was eating his words with pronunciation/diction problems because his subconscious was fixed on slow moving train…he desperately wanted his speech to be short in order to catch with the theme of ‘karachi say andruney log…” and he is trying to perfect it as well as knowing he is losing time by disturbances.
    He (god bless him) is trying for perfection…and very sincere kind of work…so no wonder (in lighter tone) I would say he is Aamir Khan of Pakistani U Tube media !

  18. Rosa says:

    LOL – this is hilarious! All he needed to do was pay someone a couple of bucks to prevent anyone coming up the stairs and his job would have been so much easier… What did he expect at a busy train station? How were people supposed to know they were in the way?

  19. dearbloke says:

    i dont feel hilarious,this is something even the professional anchors and reporters and cameraman face everyday to shoot and to meet the dealines while shooting in public places where they have to digest every and all irritating annoying naughty fellows trying to disturb the coverage,example,a fellow pinched BBC lady Reporter on live tv coverage of floods in UK and here a contrast ,a lady kisses a male reporter on live tv,the guy blushed and for few moments was in a sweet-surprise-shock.for a general person who doesnt know these problems may feel hilarious but media people ,they dont,its an ongoing saga,you can watch anchors and reporters bloopers on youtube,you will see how mad irritated they become.
    this guy is so much on nerves thank god no one has beaten him hard for annoying general public by scolding him,his aim for perfection really hilarious.

  20. Deepshikha says:

    @Bhramastra: Thanks for taking the trouble of explaining what that word meant, but thankfully I reject that explanation totally. I rather be ignorant about what it means than to believe that it means anything of what you said. Call me stupid, and I wont mind.

  21. Hello Shekhar !
    Please check this and see if you can make use of the congress.
    http://www.spiritualcongress.org/gcss.htm

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