ENTERTAINMENT DESK: A video by Bangalore-based comic group The Enthu Cutlets has gone viral over the Internet. It takes viewers over five decades of Bollywood songs in just under four minutes.
The video is inspired by a similar video released earlier this month by female comedy trio SketchSHE, which enacts fifty years of American pop-music hit singles.
Watch Enthu Cutlets video here:
Twitterati did not hold back their feelings for the video:
Some appreciated the perfect expressions:
Mime through Bollywood. This is Amazing how these 3 girls did a perfect filmi expressions in a car! http://t.co/kmespdsOih— Hassan Imtiaz (@hassan_zb) April 16, 2015
Others were more interested in the girls' good looks:
Still others were ecstatic about their favourite song being featured:
Lol this video.. so good...dhak dhak appears!! http://t.co/TDzV5tI2bI— AA (@AmaniAnusha) April 15, 2015
The video even caught the attention of screenwriter Ken Ghosh:
Enthu Cutlets is the brain-child of Varun Aggarwal, a serial-entrepreneur and filmmaker who has also authored a book titled How I Braved Anu Aunty and Co-Founded a Million Dollar Company, and worked with big names in Bollywood including Karan Johar, A.R. Rahman and Priety Zinta. His personal YouTube channel has over 1 million views.
Enthu Cutlets is also famous for their music video Anu Aunty - the Engineering Parody, a spoof on Australian rapper Iggy Azalea's Fancy. The song depicts Anu Aunty as a metaphor for a society that attempts to force its members to run their lives in a certain way. The song went viral in January, gathering over 3 million YouTube views.
Watch it here:
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