Mamu Nahi Bapu | #OffThePage with Lage Raho Munna Bhai


Hey, Circuit! Let’s scoot! What happened, Bro? Can’t meet her. Why, Bro? I shat all over my first impression! I yelled through
the sound-proof glass. She must think I’m such an “Uncle.” Don’t say “Uncle”, bro. Say Bapu. We’re doomed, pal. What happened, Bro? – Wasn’t she pretty?
– She’s gorgeous. Sparkling eyes. And what do you call that hair that hangs down on the face? – Pigtail?
– No, man! Lock. Lock. A lock of hair. That’s it, man. A lock of hair caressed her cheek. Then? Then? She lifted it and tucked it behind her left ear. That just floored me. You’re as good, Bro! You’ve floored many
with your left hook. Don’t worry, bro. Now meet her with full confidence and talk to her graciously. Who’s Gracious Lee? Graciously means…in Hindi… Polite. Got it from that Professor guy. Said, “Gandhi achieved great things
just by being gracious.” Bro, watch your language. For instance, don’t say “doomed the nation.” Say, “the nation is woebegone.” Throw some big words around. Like “change of heart, soul levitation” – Something like that.
– Tell me more.. Don’t say much about Bapu. Because we don’t know much
about him. We’ll be doomed. “That is, we’ll be woebegone.” So talk less about Bapu. Are you Murli Prasad Sharma? I’m gracious. So who’s Murli Prasad Sharma? I am. So who’s Gracious? Who the hell do you want, man? Murli Prasad Sharma.
Ms. Jhanvi’s looking for him. Step aside, you stupid “Uncle”. So, Sanju, at some point during
‘Lage Raho Munna Bhai’ your sister Priya called Raju Hirani and she said,
“What is this film you are making?” “Because every evening
brother comes home” “he’s talking about scenes” “he’s talking
about what is being done” and she said,
“This doesn’t happen often.” Did you always know
that this is special? Sure. I surely felt
that this is a very special film because the way Raju and Vinod
incorporated Gandhi ji into this I mean,
it was something amazing because even I didn’t know much
about Gandhi ji. And, you know,
the way he’s made Munna and Circuit and Jhanvi speak about Gandhi ji that people wanted to hear,
so it was special. I think it’s a completely
two different world – that is mixed together beautifully.
– Yeah. – Yeah.
– Comedy with a difference. Yeah, talking about such big things
in such a funny way it stays with you. Vidya, you know, he was.. There was a saying that
even Gandhi did comedy. – Yeah.
– He did. He was a funny guy,
he had a sense of humor. Which was there in the dialogues. – They were very subtle.
– Yeah. There was a very subtle humor. Tell me, when you were making this movie did you imagine that the film
would have such a huge impact? – I knew it would.
– Really? I used to always tell him that. I don’t know maybe it was Gandhi ji, and..
The whole.. The feel on the set was something else. But you know, Vinod would keep saying “You’ll see, the world will change
after this movie.” And it actually did. – Fact. – Yeah.
– I don’t mean personally, of course for me but, I mean.. Gandhigiri had a huge impact.
Big wave of Gandhigiri… Vinod also started respecting me after that. First, he used to call me “idiot”
then he started calling me “buddy” after Lage Raho. Okay, tell me about this scene,
which is one of my favorites the “Gracious” scene when the two of you are in the bathroom
of the radio station. Whenever I watch that, I die laughing. – “Who’s Gracious? Who are you?”
– Yeah, yeah. You know, it’s hilarious.
So, apparently, that scene – started at around 11:30 at night.
– Yeah. – Yeah?
– Yeah. They shot it at night and Raju says that he was very afraid that it’s so late, you know,
everyone will be irritated and all but it was done in four hours. How did it happen? I think Arshad and me,
I think we’re too comfortable. – Yeah.
– And there’s no ego. In the Munna Bhai series, I’ve never seen
ego clashes between artists, you know. I think that’s what happened,
and he comes up with these weird words. “Hey Leakage! Piss off!” I loved all that. Dileep, how sweet. The leakage is attached to you,
go and pour it on the trees outside. – But also, I think they were born to play
Munna and Circuit. – Oh, Lord. – And because of that..
– So natural. – Yeah.
– Yeah. You know, one of the things
that was supposed to happen that day was we were supposed to shoot a photograph that was one of the creative’s idea
which was pretty good where both of us are peeing and at the back it said, “They’re back.” – Oh, nice.
– It was that. That was supposed to be one of the creatives,
which I thought was pretty good. – Which didn’t happen.
– Which didn’t happen. ‘Cause they turned towards camera. Hey, Circuit! Let’s scoot! What happened, Bro? Can’t meet her. Why, Bro? I shat all over my first impression! I yelled through the sound-proof glass. She must think I’m such an “Uncle.” Don’t say “Uncle”, bro. Say Bapu.
Father. Father of the nation. Hey Leakage! Piss off! Do whatever you wanted to do in the garden. Emergency meeting on. Get out! We’re doomed, pal. What happened, Bro? Wasn’t she pretty? She’s gorgeous. Sparkling eyes. And what do you call that hair
that hangs down on the face? – Pigtail?
– No, man! – Lock. Lock. A lock of hair.
– That’s it, man. A lock of hair caressed her cheek. It was kissing her cheeks. Then? Then? She lifted it
and tucked it behind her left ear. That just floored me. You’re as good, Bro! You’ve floored many with your left hook. Don’t worry, bro.
Be confident. Now meet her with full confidence and talk to her graciously. Who’s Gracious Lee? Graciously means…in Hindi… Polite.
Got it from that Professor guy. Said, “Gandhi achieved great things
just by being gracious” – Ass. Can’t you wait?
– But… Now I ask graciously. Hold it for a while.
Don’t mess up our meeting! – I request you.. What’s that?
– Graciously.. Request you graciously.. Be gracious. Success is yours. Yeah. Go on. Bro, watch your language. For instance, don’t say,
“doomed the nation.” Say, “The nation is woebegone.” Throw some big words around. Like change of heart,
soul levitation. – Tell me more..
– Don’t say much about Bapu. Because we don’t know much about him. We’ll be doomed. That is, we’ll be woebegone. So talk less about… Oh, man. Are you Murli Prasad Sharma? I’m gracious. – So who’s Murli Prasad Sharma?
– I am. – So who’s Gracious?
– Who the hell do you want, man? Murli Prasad Sharma.
Ms. Jhanvi’s looking for him. Step aside, you stupid “Uncle.” What nonsense! Our language is doomed… I mean, our language is woebegone. Do you still walk his path? Oh, I do a daily 3 mile walk. And Raju wanted, you know… Because he falls in love
with that lock of hair. – That one lock of hair should…
– One lock. Should have fixed it in place
with the hairspray.. Should have hanged a weight with it. If she touched it, it would break.
Oh, sorry.

100 thoughts on “Mamu Nahi Bapu | #OffThePage with Lage Raho Munna Bhai

  1. It sounds so terrible when you mix himdi and english
    Either talk Hindi or English – the lady in white talks half English half Hindi. Have some respect for both languages)

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