Anand Mahindra recollects his early life when he would sing ‘Musafir hoon yaaron’. See put up

Industrialist Anand Mahindra, who is understood for sharing fascinating and witty posts on social media, took to Twitter on Saturday to inform his fans a couple of time when he used to be 17 years previous. 

Sharing an previous photograph of himself, Mahindra wrote: “Remembering the most productive weekends of my early life. In ‘72 -I used to be 17-a good friend & I used to ceaselessly hitchhike from ‘Bombay’ to ‘Poona’ taking rides on vans. That’s most likely after I advanced my love for the open street (sic).”

Additional, he discussed how he had his pals would hum the tunes a well-liked Hindi tune. 

“The film ‘Parichay’ had pop out & we’d sing ‘Musafir hoon Yaaron’ (sic),” he mentioned. 

Replying to this, a netizen requested him: “So cool! So what took place between ‘ Musafir hoon Yaaron’ and THE MAHINDRA?”

Mahindra used a lovely line from the tune itself to respond to him.

“Major akela hello chala tha janib-e-manzil magar log saath aate gaye aur karvan banta gaya,” he wrote. 

Additional, every other Twitter person attempted to university Mahindra in regards to the names of the Maharashtra towns discussed in his unique tweet. 

“Sir it isn’t bombay to start with It’s Mumbai … And poona isn’t on this state it’s PUNE… Please do the correct Pronouncitation… Names of town in Maharashtra having some excellent historical past… So please maintain such issues (sic),” the individual wrote. 

To this, the Mahindra crew chairman spoke back: “Why do you assume I put Bombay and Poona in inverted commas? As a result of in ‘72 that’s what they had been nonetheless known as. If I had used Mumbai and Pune any individual would have identified that my narrative used to be inauthentic. You’ll be able to’t win on twitter!”

Here is how some others reacted:

Mahindra used to be not too long ago honoured with the Padma Bhushan award 2020 in Business and Trade area.

The businessman used to be conferred with the award via President Ram Nath Kovind.

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