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Maniesh Paul hilariously uses ‘Ghar Se Nikalte Hi’ to create self-remembrance around Cyclone Tauktae

Maniesh Paul turns to the old Bollywood song in a hilarious way to advise people to stay indoors in the middle of Tauktae (Photo credit – Instagram)

Actor Maniesh Paul used an old Bollywood song on Tuesday as a humorous reminder that residents of areas affected by Cyclone Tauktee should stay indoors.

In a collage of two images on Instagram, Maniesh defines two different appearances in the face of the cyclone. The actor borrowed the first line of Udit Narayan’s melodious number “Ghar se nikalte hi” from the 1996 film “Papa Kehte Hain” to make his point clear.

“Ghar se nikalte hi,” he wrote with the first photo, where he sports perfectly combed, gel-like hair.

“Kuch wears Chalte hi,” he wrote with the second frame, where his hair is tousled – implying that it would be his appearance if he risked going out in the middle of the cyclone.

He captioned the post as follows: “Hahahahahahahaha Guys stay home …. Stay safe … Let’s see what comments you have for my hair … #mp #fun #hair #fun #mess #blessed #life #themanieshpaulpodcast”.

On the job front, Maniesh Paul recently launched his podcast “The Maniesh Paul Podcast”, striking up a conversation with a renowned Covid specialist at Bombay Hospital, in order to shed light on basic concepts around the virus.

Maniesh shared snippets from the interview with the doctor where he asked common questions such as which test was important, whether it was necessary to keep an oxygen concentrator at home, and whether we should be afraid of the vaccination. .

Maniesh is told that it is important not to panic and that the second wave is still like a tsunami.

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