Amravati Auto Driver's Fluent English Stuns Internet: 'In London, Speaking Marathi...' | Video

The clip, shared on Instagram, shows a passenger in the back seat while the driver speaks. As the video gained popularity, netizens were astonished. “Even I was stunned and stuttered a bit while speaking to him, to my surprise, seeing his fluency in English,” reads the caption of the video shared on Instagram.
Amravati Auto Driver's Fluent English Has Internet's Attention.

Amravati Auto Driver's Fluent English Has Internet's Attention.

Social media users are applauding an auto driver in Maharashtra's Amravati for his excellent English-speaking skills. In a viral video, the driver speaks fluent English and encourages people to learn the language so they can travel to places like "London, America, and Paris". The clip, shared on Instagram, shows a passenger in the back seat while the driver speaks. As the video gained popularity, netizens were astonished. “Even I was stunned and stuttered a bit while speaking to him, to my surprise, seeing his fluency in English,” reads the caption of the video shared on Instagram.
A text inserted into the video reads, “Today, I met a very astonishing gentleman who is an auto driver. We had a very fun conversation, but for me, it was very surprising that he is very fluent in English and is trying to educate people to learn this interesting language.”
“What I am telling you, listen to me very carefully, if you know English, you can go to London, Paris, America…. If you don’t know English, you cannot go there,” said the auto driver in the video.
Emphasizing the importance of speaking English, the driver gave an example. He said if you are in London and ask a waiter for a glass of water in Marathi, the waiter will ask you to leave.
“That is why I am telling you, learn English, speak in English. It is an international language,” he said.
The video, shared on June 25, has garnered over three million views and elicited a flurry of comments.
“India is not for beginners,” said one individual.
Another added, “Nice.”
“Wow, amazing,” commented a third.
Many in the comments section said he sounds like the former President of India, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.
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