Amitabh Bachchan Explains The Efficiency Of Hindi Language With His Iconic “Hain”, Leaves Twitter In Splits

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan bears the credit for bestowing the nation with some of the most iconic dialogues of the century. We often end up using his words, dialogues and songs to express our hearts out whether with joy, sadness or anger.

The angry young man’s epic expressions like ‘Rishte Me To Hum Tumahre Baap Lagte Hai’. ‘Don ko pakadna mushkil hi nahin, naamumkin hai. ‘Main aur meri tanhai, aksar yeh baatein karte hai’. ‘Hai kisi maa ke laal me himmat, jo mere saamne aaye?’ etc. make way into our daily conversations when the Bollywood buff takes over us, isn’t it?

Similarly, another popular word coined by Amitabh Bachchan was the iconic “Hain”. Since the word has become virtual copyright of Bachchan Ji!

On the occasion of World Hindi Day, the superstar took to Twitter to explain the efficiency of Hindi language and gave his “Hain” a hilarious spin.

Twitteratis were instantly reminded of his 1982 blockbuster, Namak Halaal, where Bachchan had a monologue explaining “English is funny language”. The post was soon loaded with hilarious comments praising the wit of the actor.

“Hain” is basically a very multi-tasking word. It can be used at the times when you want to un-hear the heard things – just keep on saying “Hain, hain, hain”, or to express shock, “Haaain?”. Do you know any such uses of “Hain”? Do tell us in the comments.