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Posted: 07 December 2010 at 3:08pm | IP Logged
Ouch yesterday Gauri said kamal ka fool Ouch,its pronounced as phool not fool. If Javed Akhtar was watching this, he would have gone AngryLOL.
How come no one pays attention to the dialogue and its delivery??LOL


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Posted: 07 December 2010 at 5:51pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by anjali10

Ouch yesterday Gauri said kamal ka fool Ouch,its pronounced as phool not fool. If Javed Akhtar was watching this, he would have gone AngryLOL.
How come no one pays attention to the dialogue and its delivery??LOL
I noted it too. It's a common trend on Indian television where the letters ph - where the h is silent -is pronounced as an "f."  And "ps" are substitued for "fs".  So, instead of saying "falak" the person will "palak."  I saw this among our Gujarati friends more than any particular group.  Another example is instead of saying "sabzi" the person will "sabji."
 
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Posted: 07 December 2010 at 10:33pm | IP Logged
it's common in bengali too. Esp the j's for z's and sh for s's (sharee, not saree)... These sounds just dont exist in the alphabet...

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Posted: 07 December 2010 at 11:14pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by zaara10

it's common in bengali too. Esp the j's for z's and sh for s's (sharee, not saree)... These sounds just dont exist in the alphabet...
I was wondering if that was the case. For example, in Arabic there is no "p" so there is no such word as "park."

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Posted: 07 December 2010 at 11:25pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Laila2009

I was wondering if that was the case. For example, in Arabic there is no "p" so there is no such word as "park."
                                i know, it's bark, lol. Or another of my favs, bebsi, i.e. pepsi :)

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Posted: 07 December 2010 at 11:35pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by zaara10

Originally posted by Laila2009

I was wondering if that was the case. For example, in Arabic there is no "p" so there is no such word as "park."
                                i know, it's bark, lol. Or another of my favs, bebsi, i.e. pepsi :)

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