This filmy chat between a man and an Amazon Prime video customer care executive has everyone ROFL-ing

When subscription for one Twitter user ended, he enquired if there were any good deals to renew. What followed next left people on the micro-blogging site laughing out loud. The filmy conversation between the customer service executive and the user using lyrics of songs is hilarious.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Updated: July 21, 2018 5:53:09 pm
amazon prime india, amazon help, prime day offers, funny twitter chat, tech companies social media, funny news, indian express The conversation using popular Hindi songs will make your day. (Source: Amazon Help/ Twitter)

With everyone busy binge-watching their favourite shows and films online, it’s quite a perplexing situation if the subscription ends. After all, it’s hard to stay away from enjoying the interesting shows, not to mention the risk of being jarred with spoilers on social media in case you are little late. Having said that, one cannot even ignore how all the viewing website might make your pocket lighter. So, when subscription for one Twitter user ended, he enquired if there were any good deals to renew. What followed next left people on the micro-blogging site laughing out loud.

The user who goes by the name The Wolverine on Twitter tagged Amazon Prime video to know if there was any cashback offer he could avail. Promptly, the service team on Twitter gave him all the necessary input but it seemed the price was a tad more than what he was looking for.

And in response, the desi user came up with a very filmy reply, using famous Hindi song, “Abhi Na Jao Chhodkar”.

As social media teams these days are always on top of their game, it was not quite surprising to see how Amazon Help had the best sassy response. They too replied using Bollywood references featuring Sunil Sethi and Arjun Kapoor stressing they too do not want to let go of their valued customer. And the ‘breakup’ saga was nothing less melodramatic than a Hindi movie.

The Bolly Twitter chat impressed many users online and couldn’t have enough of it.

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