Ashneer Grover, a jury member of Shark Tank India and co-founder of BharatPe, appeared in a new video that shows the difference between the directions given by “rich people” and “middle-class people”. On Instagram, comedian Shubham Gaur shared a video in which he played as a friend of Ashneer Grover. Saloni Gaur was also a part of the successful video. (Also read | Shark Tank India contestant, rejected by parents, thanks Ashneer Grover: “You gave me back my family.”)
The first part of the video showed ‘rich people giving instructions’. Shubham, who was driving, asked Ashneer by phone how to get to his residence. He asked, “I’m almost there. Tell me where to come.” Ashneer, seen in his house, replied, “Bring your car to the service lane. My guard will be outside. Ask him, he’ll park your car.” Shubham then asked, “Is this man in the Gucci T-shirt your guard?”
Ashneer replied, “Sweeping in, the guard is a different person. Once you park inside, my Maybach will park too. It’s a little long, go over it and come. Behind him is a Porsche. To the right of Porsche, there’s a passenger elevator, a private elevator. It opens “at my front door. Come and ring the bell.”
The video then showed Shubham standing on the balcony of his house, giving his friend directions to get to his house over the phone. The words on the clip were “middle class people giving instructions.”
In the video, Shubham led his friend, “Yes, you have to turn left at the roundabout. Yes, stranger, the road the dog has been on. Yes, a strip of broken road. Why don’t you get on the road, there’s plenty of parking space. I’ll make sure that you will be able to park. Just bring it. “
At this point, an angry Saloni arrives and asks Shubham, “Did you let the car drive into the lane again? The neighbors will have a problem now.” Shubham grinned and replied, “She’s in a cycle.” She replied, “Then it’s okay.”
The headline of the video was: “Apne ghar ke pas ka landmark batao guys (let me know about the landmark near your homes, guys).” Added hashtags – Shubham Gaur, Ashneer Grover, Shark Tank India, instructions, rich, middle class, really funny, feel it reel and feel karo reel karo.
In response to the post, the fan said, “That’s the doglapan we all wanted.” “Ashneer isn’t talking … look at the phone,” another fan warned. “No one saw the cooperation coming,” another person commented. “A cross that no one expected,” another fan said. “Bhai relatable hai ye to (This is a relatable bro),” another person wrote. “Waiting for the continuation of doglapanti 2,” was another comment.