Why I chose “The world respects those who respect themselves” as the title of this article?
Doesn’t it sound “Bollywoodish?”
You’re right; it does. And this article has quite a lot to do with Bollywood.
You see, Bollywood movies give an impression that “village” in North India means a village in Bihar or Eastern UP. The moment you hear the word “villager”, you think of a guy with a talisman around his neck, wearing a dhoti-kurta and speaking, “Arey o babua, tanik hiyan ta aava” or “Ka babu Ji, kaisan baat karat rahe?”
The other day, I posted a link to my blog avdheshtondak.com with a sentence in “Khadi Boli” on a YouTube channel that read:
“भाई, पर्सनैलटी डवलप करणी है के? तो टेम क्यूँ खो रा, आजा मेरी वेबसाइट पै…AvdheshTondak.com”
People Assume Khadi Boli is an Indecent Language
Within minutes, I got a reply from the channel owner. He suggested If I wanted to promote my website, I should be using some decent language. He further added that using such indecent language will give a bad name to my personality and shall spoil the goodwill.