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We are not Madrasis: These South Indians explain musically

If you are a North Indian say from Himachal Pradesh, how will you feel if someone refers to you as Punjabi?

Written by Parmita Uniyal |
Updated: November 5, 2014 5:00:44 pm
madrasi-main A screenshot from the video (Source: YouTube)

North Indians often stereotype them as Madrasis, without caring to know from which part of South India they belong to. There’s only one questions here – If you are a North Indian say from Himachal Pradesh, how will you feel if someone refers to you as Punjabi? Besides Madras doesn’t exist anymore, it’s called Chennai.

The video called Enna Da Rascalas: South of India features four South Indians who decide to educate people what South India is all about in quite a musical way.

The video also takes a jibe at films like Chennai Express and 2 States to promote the stereotype.

We like the message as well as the song.

Check it out:

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