From ‘mausi’ to ‘tumse na ho paega’: PM Modi’s ‘Sholay’, ‘Wasseypur’ jibe at Congress | India News- Homevior

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday fiercely attacked the Congress and Rahul Gandhi in his Lok Sabha speech. However, amid the all-out attack, he also ‘slayed’ the pop culture references to target Rahul Gandhi by citing the famous Hindi movies ‘Sholay’ and ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’.
Talking about the Lok Sabha election 2024 results, PM Modi said, “The statements made by Congress leaders have even surpassed the film ‘Sholay’.”
Giving a spin on a scene between Amitabh Bachchan’s character ‘Jai’ and ‘Mausiji’, PM Modi said, “Teesri baar hi toh haare hai, par Mausi, moral victory toh hain na.[Have lost for the third time, but at least it’s a moral victory].”

Mimicking Bachchan’s character, the PM said Congress had won zero seats in 13 seats, but “Arre mausi, hero toh hai na. [Still a hero even after winning zero seats in 13 states]”.
“Party ki lutiya toh duboyi hai, arey Mausi, party abhi saansein toh le rahi hai (Have sunk the party but it is still breathing),” PM Modi said.
As the NDA MPs broke into laughter on this remark, the opposition continued its sloganeering asking PM Modi to speak on Manipur.
PM Modi was replying to the Motion of Thanks on the President’s address in the lower house of Parliament.
Watch the ‘Sholay’ scene here

Amitabh Bachchan Requesting Mausi | Comedy Scene | Sholay Hindi Movie

In an all-out attack, PM Modi also said people of India have mandated the Congress to sit in the opposition. ” … and when the logic fails, start crying,” the PM said.
‘Tumse na ho paega’
In another instance, while calling out Rahul Gandhi indirectly for his “childish behaviour”, PM Modi used the famous dialogue ‘tumse na ho paega’ from the movie ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’. The dialogue, which is a popular meme, is said by Ramadhir Singh to his son in the movie.

“The entire Congress ecosystem is busy pleasing a child these days (Bachhe ka mann behlane ka kaam chal raha hai),” PM Modi said. He accused the leader of opposition of indulging in drama to gain sympathy. To mock Rahul Gandhi over his claims of being targeted and attacked by government, PM Modi narrated the story of a child who was crying to gain sympathy without disclosing the wrongs he had committed. “The House witnessed the wailing of a person with “balak buddhi (childish behaviour),” PM Modi said.
He also dug up the past to take a swipe at Rahul. “When this childish behavior takes over, they hug anyone in parliament. When this childish behaviour crosses its limits, then they wink while sitting inside the House,” said PM Modi.
“Now the whole country has understood their truth. That is why today the country is telling them – ‘tumse na ho paega’ [you will not be able to do it],” PM Modi said.

People tested govt on every criteria, re-elected us: PM Modi
PM Modi said the people of the country had given his government the chance to serve them for the third consecutive term after testing it on every criteria. Replying to a two-day debate on the President’s address to both houses of Parliament, Modi said people have seen the dedication with which his government had served them for 10 years.
“The people of the country have given us this mandate after testing us on every criteria. The people have seen our track record of 10 years,” Prime Minister Modi said in the Lok Sabha, amid vociferous protests by opposition members.
“The people have seen that we have worked with dedication for the welfare of the poor, fulfilling the mantra of ‘public service is God’s service’,” he said.
The prime minister said he can understand the pain of some, who despite spreading lies and misleading the people, had to face a massive defeat in the Lok Sabha elections.
“People have chosen us in this biggest election exercise. I can understand the pain of some people that despite running falsehoods they were comprehensively defeated,” he said, amid chants of “justice for Manipur” by members of the opposition.


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