The video decoding the Indian head shakes meaning has gone immensely popular in the YouTube.
The video attracted over a million viewers on YouTube since it was uploaded last week. Paul Mathew who is the writer and director of Indian head shakes currently works in film industry in Mumbai says “A lot of people might find it strange, But if you are born in India, as you grow up, it becomes a part of your character, your personality, that as you talk you tend to move your head in different ways”.
The video which shows how the Indian people reacts by wobbling their heads with their face expression of an array of “Yes”, “No”, “Maybe”, “What’s up” and “Carry on”. According to BBC report, Mathew originally from South India says, “If we had known that this video was going to get such awesome viewership we would have shot it better”
The video is humorous with the crazy expression of the actor. Video may be more hilarious to other people rather than Indian because it decoded the weird way of expressing random words which are common to the Indian and people with Indian backgrounds.
Info: Sajhilo Nepali Magazine