Once upon a time. There was just one cinema theatre in the Village. In fact as a Cinema screen, the owners of the theatre, Santa and Banta, had installed a khaadi dhoti. The villagers were very happy with the idea of a Khaadi Dhoti screen. They decided to dedicate the theatre to Bapuji, and named the theatre: "BAPU KEE DHOTI"
Santa and Banta advertised some of the Up coming films at "BAPU KEE DHOTI" cinema hall in the local Newspaper as follows:
Santa and Preeto got married a month back. By this time Preeto had found out that Santa was a bit hot tempered. One late evening when both of them were in a real romantic mood, Preeto whispered in Santa's ears: “if I tell you some little secret, promise me that you won’t get angry.”
Santa, a little tipsy and quite in the mood replied: “Go ahead darling, I promise.”
Preeto: “I am pregnant.”
Santa: “Why, that’s good news. What is there to be angry about?”
Preeto: “I don’t know. When I told my father about this a month back he beat me black and blue.”
One fine day a Parsi Bawaji (gentleman) boarded a train for Surat. There was very little rush in the train and so our Bawaji managed to get a seat near window. But the window was jammed. Our frail Bawaji tried his best to open it but could not. A Sardarji who was watching frail Bawaji’s struggle, took pity on him and opened the window in one go, then said: “Oye, Paronthe kha, taakat aayegi.”
After a while Bawaji got the call of nature. He went to the toilet but to his utter dismay here too the door was slammed shut. This time too, the Sardaji came to his rescue and opened the door for him with the same comment: “Oye Pape, Paronthe kha Paronthe, te taakat aayegi.”
Bawaji could not take it anymore. He went to the emergency chain pull, and made a show of pulling the chain. The kind Sadarji once again came to his help and pulled chain: “Main kya Bawaji, tusi………”
The train grinded to a halt and the TC and the guard came to check who had pulled the chain. Bawaji pointed to Sardarji who had to pay a hefty fine. Now it was Bawaji’s turn: “Ee mara dikra, Dhanshak kha dhanshak, thodi akkal avse.”
Santa living in Westmead, NSW (Australia) suffered a heart attack in front of the Pendle Hill Take-Away Restaurant on the road and was picked up by an ambulance. He kept repeating - "Hari Om Hari Om Hari Om ".
When the ambulance pulled into his home , instead of the Westmead Hospital, his wife came out and screamed to the paramedics: 'Why didn't you take him straight to the hospital?'
They replied: Because he kept saying Hurry home, hurry home!