Who are we to judge others and what they are doing in their life? This is my question to you all. We all know Omprakash Mishra has become very famous lately. Oh, you don’t know who he his? “Bolna Aunty Aau Kya”, now are you reminiscing who he is? The “Greatest Of All Time” Omprakash Mishra.

Don’t worry, I’m not writing this song in his appreciation or something. That music made us cringe to a whole new level, but let’s face it, it is funny! Otherwise, why would be people singing those 4 lines all the time?

People have been organizing events like “Shouting Bolna Aunty Aau Kya” at random places, and what’s more surprising is people are actually turning up to these events in a large number.

Source – YouTube

But, I’m seeing that many people and pages are sharing posts regarding this, and they’re not saying anything positive. It’s alright, everyone has their own views, but who the f*ck you think you are that you’re judging those people who are going to these events?

I’ve been reading articles where the writer has been judging the people the people who are going to such events. It’s not funny, it’s humorless, what is wrong with people, why are they encouraging this guy, how can they enjoy this shit? These are the questions raised by the so called INTELLECTUALS. A very simple answer, WHY NOT?

Source – Bol Na Aunty Aau Kya at Marine Drive Event

Do I support this guy or do I love his songs? Hell no! I might be single from a long effing time but that doesn’t mean I have totally gone bonkers because of this thing! LOL. Okay, that was a lame attempt to let the ladies know that I’m single. FML. So, the point is that I don’t like his, I would not call that thing music, work. But, the fact that people are coming out of their houses, meeting new humans, enjoying and doing crazy things together, is what I like about this thing which has been happening.

This is the only reason “The Youth Magazine” has organized a similar event in Vashi, Navi Mumbai, “Shouting Bolna Aunty Aau Kya At Vashi Station” where people will be coming from Navi Mumbai, will be meeting each other and most importantly they’ll be socializing and will enjoy the thing.

Source – Daily Social

Who are we to judge or stop them from doing so? Like hey, I hate dry fruits and nuts. I puke whenever I eat it by mistake, So, I should start telling others not to eat it, even though they like the taste, just because I don’t like it? I know this was a very lame example, but you got the point what I’m trying to say here.

All you Navi Mumbaikars, do show up at Vashi, on this Saturday!