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Tiger Shroff’s ‘Choti Bachi Ho Kya’ meme trend from Heropanti used by a Condom brand

A phrase from the first instalment, ‘choti bachi ho kya,’ has gone viral ahead of the premiere of Tiger Shroff’s Heropanti 2. While going through Instagram the past few days, we’ve come across some extremely entertaining videos and memes. The most recent addition to the trend is a condom company, which has taken the meme game to new heights.

On the auspicious occasion of Eid, Heropanti 2 starring Tiger Shroff, directed by Ahmed Khan, will be released in theatres on April 29, 2022.

Keeping up with the ‘Choti Bachi Ho Kya’ trend is Condom brand Durex, which took to their Instagram to crack a ‘pulling out’ joke. Their meme on the Heropanti dialogue read, “Kitni baar kaha hai use protection, chhote bachche, ho kya, karne hai kya? Pulling out Heropanti”

Netizens couldn’t help but go ROFL on the meme. Commenting on the meme a user wrote, “Ohh bhai, next level marketing,” while another said, “Arey bhai durex this is out of universe advertisement that’s why I always prefer you.”

Sharing the post, they wrote another dialogue in the caption box that read, “Sabko aati nahi, humari jaati nahi, #chotibachihokya #chotibachi.”

Previously, the Condom company made news when they released an ADHM-styled wedding wish for Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor. “Dear Ranbir & Alia,” they said in a letter addressed to the couple. “Mehfil mein tere, hum naa rahein jo, FUN toh nahi hai.”

They had previously taken over social media when they wished Katrina Kaif and Vicky Kaushal in typical style. “Dear Vicky and Katrina, You have got to be kidding if we’re not invited,” they wrote.

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