Irrfan Khan is savage AF in his analysis of millennial vocab [Watch Video]

Irrfan Khan is helping parents understand the crazy slangs and acronyms their millennial kids use.

Irrfan Khan’s movie, Hindi Medium is set for release on May 19 and he is not leaving any stone unturned in its promotion. Directed by Saket Choudhary, starring Pakistani actress, Saba Qamar the movie is a light-hearted comedy, with a satirical take on the problems that Indian parents face while securing admission for their kids in private schools. In FilterCopy’s latest parody video, Irrfan Khan can be seen promoting the movie in an interesting way. In the video, Irrfan Khan is selling a product called LITBIT, which would help the parents understand the crazy slangs and acronyms their millennial kids use. The technology on which this LITBIT operates on is called LMAO technology, which expands to Learning Millennial Attributes Offline. Seriously, LMAO (the original one from the millennial vocab).

The video titled ‘LITBIT- No More Generation Gap’ was posted by FilterCopy on their Facebook page and has since been viewed by more than 437 k people.

Hindi Medium ran into trouble after the Censor Board of India asked the makers to put a disclaimer in the movie that it bears no resemblance to the real world and is completely a fictional work. Irrfan was clearly not happy with the Censor Board’s argument and found it debatable.
Now his movie is set to clash with Arjun Kapoor and Shraddha Kapoor’s much-awaited, Half Girlfriend because the release date had to pushed one week ahead after Censor Board’s objection. The movie was earlier slated for May 12 release, alongside Amitabh Bachchan’s Sarkar 3 and Parineeti Chopra and Ayushmann Khurana’s Meri Pyari Bindu.