India vs New Zealand: Boys in Blue are feeling ‘High Sir’ after the series win
Sunday marked the final ODI of the five-match series between India and New Zealand and team India won the series under the captainship of Rohit Sharma. The team was obviously over the moon as they went on to cheer for themselves with one of the most famous dialogues of recent times. If you guys have not guessed it yet, we are talking about the dialogue from the movie Uri: The Surgical Strike, ‘How’s The Josh?’ ‘High Sir’. This clearly proves that not just of fans, the dialogue has grabbed the attention of our cricketers too.
The official Instagram account of team India posted the video of cricketers mouthing, ‘How’s The Josh?’ ‘High Sir’. It grabbed the attention of Vicky Kaushal who plays the lead role in the film. The actor re-posted the video of team India on his Instagram account and congratulated the team on their win. He also went on to write in his caption that the team of the film is honoured and grateful. We must say that even after the excruciating match, team India’s josh was quite high.
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Our Men in Blue make sure that the “JOSH” of the nation is always “HIGH SIR”! Making every Indian proud again. Many congratulations on the win. Team #Uri is honoured and grateful. Jai Hind. #Repost @indiancricketteam with @get_repost ・・・ Looks like the "JOSH" in the squad is "HIGH SIR" 🗣️ 📢 'HOWS THE JOSH' - @vickykaushal09 😉😉 #TeamIndia
This is not the first time when famous personalities of the country have mouthed the dialogue of this film. A few days ago, Prime Minister Narendra was in the city to meet Bollywood celebs. At the event, he greeted everyone with this dialogue. He mouthed, ‘How’s the josh’, to which everyone replied, ‘High sir’. It clearly looks like this dialogue will go down in the history of Indian cinema.