Piku teaser: Amitabh Bachchan and his Bengali accented Hindi stokes interest in the film. "Piku, ayiii Piku," Amitabh Bachchan hollers at the end of the teaser for Shoojit Sircar's latest film Piku.
" Piku, ayiii Piku," Amitabh Bachchan hollers at the end of the teaser for Shoojit Sircar's latest film Piku. Piku teaser: Amitabh Bachchan and his Bengali accented Hindi stokes interest in the film. by FP Staff Mar 23, 2015 10:45 IST. # Amitabh. He pointed out that Phagla khabi ki was taken from the film, Open Tee Bioscope ( 2015). In Piku, Big B's brother dances to the number in their. Piku is a 2015 Indian comedy-drama film directed by Shoojit Sircar and produced by N.P. Singh, Ronnie Lahiri and Sneha Rajani. It stars Deepika Padukone as. Piku should hopefully be some good shit, says Raja Sen. March 26, 2015 17: 01 IST After his two-fingered salute to sperm in Vicky Donor, the director is back with Piku, a film that looks to be a fond take on It's a fine, hilarious moment but the rest of the trailer sees the Big B in too caricaturish a Bengali accent, which is.
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And with one line makes legions of Bengalis outside Calcutta slightly homesick for the disgruntled Bengali father chasing you over a high phone bill, or the mother trying to make sure you don't miss lunch at home. The plot of the Madras Cafe director's new film has been kept tightly under wraps so far. All we know is, Amitabh Bachchan plays Deepika Padukone's father. Also, considering the film has been shot extensively in Kolkata, it's probably about the duo who also live in Kolkata. Bachchan, from the looks of the teaser, plays a Bengali father who isn't easily pleased. Deepika, plays his rebellious daughter. It begins with Deepika saying that the 'Trailer is just perfect.
" Bachchan, her father doesn't seem to agree. In heavily accented English, he voices his objection to the 'trailer'. "Promotion karega. Hamari family ka pura baat bahar nikal jayega toh?" Bachchan asks in the trailer. While you can see he has put a lot of effort in perfecting the curious 'Bengali Hindi', a Bengali would know that he misses a few words extensively distorted, errm, Bengalified by the speakers of the language.
Bachchan is also spotted with a copy of 'Kathamrita', a book on Ramkrishna's teachings, that is popular with the older generation of Bengalis. While the father and daughter are sparring over a 'trailer', the teaser cuts to Irrfan Khan who seems to suggest that these fights are pretty regular. The teaser piques one's interest in the film, especially since the makers haven't given out much about it itself to the media.