Updated: October 12, 2017 11:20:41 am
Re-emphasising on how it doesn’t really take much for Twitter users to get going, some of them have come together yet again, this time because of non other than Amitabh Bachchan. Wondering how? Well, since memes are the real deal on the Internet, especially Twitter, when somebody spotted a still of Big B from Kaun Banega Crorepati, clearly there was no looking back for many as they went to town merrily doing their job. The said still has the veteran actor standing with hands folded with a statement written beneath it which reads — “Bahut hi umda kheli aap.. Taliyan bajti rehni chahiye.” which translates to “You played really well.. The claps should continue.”
Obviously when Bachchan said this on the show, most likely to a contestant on the quiz show, little must he have known (like us) that Twitter users would turn this around into a hilarious meme — some of the sarcastic, others utterly relatable!
Check out some of them here.
*A night before exam*
Me:ye chapter padha?
Girl:lets leave it
Me:us chapter se agaya hum fail
Girl:Maine nazar maar li thi
— Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) October 11, 2017
Me: Aaj kaunsi sabzi hai tiffin mein
Mom: Mattar Paneer
*Opens tiffin sees lauki*
Me to Mom: pic.twitter.com/6yVi7YxurU
— Cracker Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) October 11, 2017
After Spending Lots of Money & Time When She Says “You Deserve Someone better” pic.twitter.com/HVuAcDiRAK
— सnjeev (@Snju_Baba) October 9, 2017
She: Hi, I don’t have a bf !
He: wow, coffee ?
She: I have a husband
— The-Lying-Lama (@KyaUkhaadLega) October 11, 2017
When you have already filled all the water bottles and your mom says Saare bottle gande the, achhe se dhoke bharo” pic.twitter.com/On2YY4Frnb
— Now+win (@Brahmeme) October 11, 2017
Jab koi ladki apni scooty break laga kar roke 😂😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/VogGyz1VBH
— Delhi se hu bhench*d (@delhichatter) October 11, 2017
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