Social media had only recently recovered from the waves of jokes on actor Alok Nath that a whole new video has been created as a tribute to the phenomenon sweeping through social media. The video questions, “what happens when Alok Nath, a sanskari family man, is forced by the social media obsessed generation to Break EXTRA Good?’
The eve of the new year saw Alok Nath turn into an overnight talk of the town on Facebook and Twitter, with Alok Nath jokes and memes being spread on his overtly ‘sanskaari’ (cultural) ‘babuji’ (father) roles. The actor known for playing the father who always upholds family values in television and films, has been stereotyped with his roles in popular films like Maine Pyaar Kiya, Hum Saath Saath Hain, Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham, Vivaah, etc.
Although the actor took it in his stride and quite sportingly too, we don’t know how he will react to this one. The folks at ‘The Viral Fever‘, creator of funny parodies, have released their latest video as a tribute to the Babuji of Indian cinema. Here we see the transformation of Alok Nath from a moral science teacher to someone who infects people with his ‘sanskaari’ nature through crystal misri, this after witnessing jokes cracked on him and resolving to make them live their own jokes.
The video is aptly titled “Breaking Good: Alok Nath Qtiyapa (Theatrical Trollers)’. So ‘what happens when Alok Nath, a sanskari family man, is forced by the social media obsessed generation to Break EXTRA Good?”. Watch the video to know:
Uploaded only yesterday, the video is quickly going viral having captured over 1.4 lakh views in 2 days. The parody has also made it to YouTube India’s curated popular videos of the day!