We All Can Relate And Laugh To This Dialogue From Horn Ok Please

You might hate the traffic and the crowd of the city, but, you won't be able to get over the beauty of this city.

The poster Horn Ok Please featuring Isha Keskar and Amit Dolawat.

Like any other city, Mumbai, too, has its ups and downs while living there. First and foremost, the costs of living are skyrocketing which is followed by the other expenses. However, no one can ever get tired of this city. We love travelling by rickshaws/taxis each day as life progresses. It is a beautiful chaos one can’t get enough of. If you have watched ZEE5 Original Horn Ok Please, then you would instantly fall in love with this city even more.

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At first, when you just migrate here, this change might seem daunting but you soon get adapted to this lifestyle. Soon, you become a true Mumbaikar taking the local trains. Speaking about travelling, Advaik’s character, essayed by Virajas Kulkarni, is seen wrangling with the taxi driver when he just arrives. He says, ” Dekiyemein Mumbai ka hi hu, yehmeraroz ka rasta haiAapmujhe road pe mat ghumayiye.” After watching that we had a deja vu feeling! As a resident, our day isn’t complete without this dialogue to the rickshaw/taxi driver. These petty fights have become the part and parcel of our daily life in the city.  

Virajas Kulkarni from Horn Ok Please.
Virajas Kulkarni from Horn Ok Please.

This bickering is just for that moment only. Sometimes, with these drivers, we get talking and end up forming a bond. After all, they are also working for their livelihood just like us. This is the magic of Mumbai that Advaik got to experience. 

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