Children ask me,
“How do you mimic actors, uncle?” Mimicking actors is
really very difficult. I have to watch their films.
I have to study their voice. I have to go close to them repeatedly. Till I get into the
skin of their character. Those who are already close to them.. ..you can imagine what
their plight must be. For instance,
film stars have 4-5 dogs. The dogs love their owner a lot. In Mumbai, the dogs go
for a stroll in the morning. Yes. Seeing the dogs
you come to know.. ..which actor owns them. Because they bark like them. Really. They are so
influenced by their owners. Ashok Kumar’s dog. What to do? Shatrughan Sinha’s dog. Shatrughan’s dog. What to do? The best dog is Dev Anand’s. It keeps falling. All the female dogs in
Mumbai are crazy about him. India and England’s match
was held in Brabourne stadium. The commentators ran away. They left the mike and fled.
Wonder what happened. There was a big problem.
Who will do the commentary? Everyone ran away.
Who will do the commentary? People have come.
The game is going to begin. Who will do the commentary? They were worried.
Go and fetch someone. Who to fetch?
How will we find someone? Bring anyone. Bring someone quickly. People are sitting.
Bring whoever you find. But how will we find someone? Bring anyone you
find within 10 minutes. Bring someone. One of them ran. He went outside the stadium. He was looking around. There was a monkey showman. He was showing monkey
tricks on the road. He saw that he is speaking so well. Mister, can you do commentary? If I get money, I will do anything. My job is to speak. Exciting cricket match
between India and England. And this showman comes to the stadium. Ladies and gentlemen. I will tell you whatever I see. What I can’t see, I won’t tell you. You have seen snake-mongoose game. You have seen monkey’s tricks. Cricket match shows how a
ball is thrown and is hit by a bat.. ..and is caught and
how a player is out. This is an exciting match
between India and England. It’s not an easy thing. Mother, father.. Remember this. Teach England a lesson. The game begins. Look, he is England’s bowler. His name is Allison. He is a newcomer. He does bowling. Boy, will you do bowling?
He will for sure. He is India’s batsman. His name is Gavaskar. Will you do batting? He will. Wow! England’s bowler Allison
is ready to bowl. Gavaskar is ready to bat. Children, move back.
Leave the hand and stand. The game begins. Look, Allison is running. He holds the ball.
Puts his sweat on it. He rubs it on his pants. I don’t know what he is doing. He ran and sprinted. He threw the ball. Gavaskar batted and the
ball is outside the boundary. Sixer! Oh Lord! How did this
tiny Gavaskar hit a sixer? It’s the wonder of my talisman. It’s the wonder of my talisman. Last week I gave a talisman
to Gavaskar. It costs Rs.2. Rs.2. Rs.2. Rs.2. My brother is standing
outside the stadium. Buy a talisman costing Rs.2 from him. Go home and hit a sixer. Did you see the wonder of my talisman?
Did you see? Look, Allison won’t listen.
He is again running. He is again running.
He threw the ball. Gavaskar batted and hit the ball. Out. Gavaskar is out. Oh Lord! How did this happen? This is also the
wonder of the talisman. Allison also has my talisman. They said, “Get rid of this man.” “He seems to be our country’s enemy.” He is selling talisman
to both the teams. Bring some nice man. The next day they went
to the military camp. They requested a major.
Please do commentary. The major was hot-blooded. He can’t think of
anything besides war. He came for cricket commentary. Attention! Cricket match. India versus England. England. British people. Let me see how they
escape from me today. England players are standing
all over the ground. India’s player Gavaskar. Hello, sir. England’s bowler Allison
is ready to bowl. Gavaskar is ready to bat. Allison, relax. Gavaskar, beware. Allison, take the ball.
Rub the sweat. Rub with the pants. Turn back. Walk for a few steps. Run and throw the ball. Gavaskar, pick up the bat and hit. Out. Gavaskar is out. Gavaskar is out. A soldier of the
country became a martyr. But we won’t give up. Our next player is Kapil Dev. Left. Right.
Left. Right. Left. Right. Stop. Measure it with the bat.
Move the stone. Throw the ball. Hit. Out. Kapil is also out.
An excellent player is out. The trustworthy players are out. The British harassed us earlier. They will again harass us. Bowler, come here. You took two wickets. He killed him. He killed him. Now whom to bring? Bring some nice man. He said a singer
lives next to my house. Will he sing? No. It will be entertaining.
People will enjoy. He will do the commentary. The singer came there.
Singers have a typical style. See their style of talking.
They sing less and talk more. Greetings. Wow! Wow! Wow! Cricket match between
India and England. Pay attention. Listen carefully. It’s worth seeing.
Marvelous. It’s amazing. Wow! This side and that side. Marvelous. They are everywhere. On this side England players
are standing all over the ground. Indian players are on this side. Indian player. Marvelous. Gavaskar. Vengsarkar..
Do something.. make some runs. Allison is ready to bowl.
Gavaskar is ready to bat. Oh my God! “Allison will do bowling.” Little faster.. “Allison will do bowling.” “Gavaskar will do batting.” “The wicket keeper is standing here.” “That Englishman is
standing on the long-side.” “This Englishman is
standing on the covers.” “That Englishman is
standing on the slip.” “This Englishman is
standing at the short.” “That Englishman is standing there.” “This Englishman is
standing at the boundary.” “That Englishman is standing there.” “This Englishman is standing here.” “I don’t know who is who.” “All are fair.” “All look the same.” “I don’t know them.” “I don’t recognize them.” “Allison is running.” “Allison is running.” “Yes. He wiped his sweat.” “Yes. He rubbed the ball.” “Yes. He rubbed the ball like this.” “I swear. He sprinted.” “He threw the ball.” “Gavaskar picked up the bat.” “Gavaskar picked up the bat.” “Gavaskar picked up
the bat and hit hard.” “The ball is outside the boundary.” “It’s a lovely four.” “It’s a lovely four.” “It’s a four.
It’s a four. It’s a four.” “It’s a four.
It’s a four. It’s a four.”