Indian Idol 13: Sharmila Tagore Gets ANGRY, Asks Aditya Narayan 'Agar Humlog Hindi Bol Sakte, Aap Kyun Nahi Bengali Seekh Sakte?-See Viral Video

Sharmila Tagore schooled Aditya Narayan on Indian Idol 13 after he said he does not understand Bengali

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Indian Idol 13: Sharmila Tagore Gets ANGRY, Asks Aditya Narayan 'Agar Humlog Hindi Bol Sakte, Aap Kyun Nahi Bengali Seekh Sakte?-See Viral Video
'Indian Idol 13' is currently one of the most popular and loved shows running on Indian television. Every week the show is graced by a popular Bollywood celeb and in the latest episode veteran actress Sharmila Tagore appeared as a special guest. She recreated her iconic song ‘Mere Sapno Ki Rani’ on the stage and left everyone speechless. In one segment, Sharmila even schooled the host Aditya Narayan after he said he does not understand Bengali. The actress asked him if she being Bengali can learn Hindi, why he can’t learn Bengali.

It so happened that a contestant named Sonakshi from Kolkata asked Sharmila if she can call her aunt. To this, the senior actress said, “Kakima, mashima, didi, didima, whatever you want.” Sonakshi then told her in Bengali that she is very happy to see Sharmila on the show and that she would be singing two of her favourite songs of the actress. Since they both were speaking in Bengali, host Aditya interrupted and said in broken Bengali “Amake bujhte pari na.” Sharmila then corrected him and asked, “Agar humlog Hindi bol sakte hain Bengal se aake, aap log kyun nahi Bengali seekh sakte hain?.” ALSO READ: OMG! Angry Netizens Are Demanding To Boycott Indian Idol 13 For THIS REASON; Fans Say 'It’s A Scripted Show, Sab Fake Hai’




In his reply, Aditya mentioned, “Ektu ektu chestha korchi (I am trying).” The video of the same has gone viral on social media with netizens agreeing with Sharmila.

Meanwhile, Indian Idol has returned with its exciting thirteen season and the show is judged by Neha Kakkar, Vishal Dadlani and Himesh Reshammiya. It premieres on every Saturdays and Sundays on Sony TV.



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