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#HollywoodMoviesHindiName Trends With Funny Tweets on Hindi Diwas

To create awareness about Hindi langauge among people, many among the twitterati have taken a funny route. They are sharing Hindi translations of Hollywood films on the microblogging site.

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Updated:September 14, 2019, 5:34 PM IST
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#HollywoodMoviesHindiName Trends With Funny Tweets on Hindi Diwas
Image of Silence Of The Lambs, London Has Fallen, courtesy of Instagram

Be it celebrity birthdays or festival, netizens never leave a chance to turn any topic into a trending affair on Twitter. Now, on the occassion of Hindi Diwas on Saturday, social media users have set up #HollywoodMoviesHindiName, which is topping the list of Twitter trends.

To create awareness about Hindi langauge among people, many among the twitterati have taken a funny route. They are sharing Hindi translations of Hollywood films on the microblogging site.

One user has shared the Hindi translation of American thriller film "London Has Fallen". It is translates to "London Gir Gaya".

If that sounds hilarious, read on. Here are Hindi translations of a few other English movies:

Silence Of The Lambs: Bakariya Bolat Nahin

Diary Of A Sex Addict: Ek Sambhog Ke Diwane Ki Dainik Pustak

The Accountant: Munimji

And "God Father", actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui's dialogue from "Sacred Games" has become an inspiration: "Kabhi Kabhi Lagta Hai Apun Hi Bhagwan Hai".

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