We usually have a tendency of saying “Bhaiyya Do minute mein aya” to our cab driver’s call but when a comedian said the same to his cab driver he didn’t know there was a woman on the other end. He was surprised to meet his cab driver.
The comedian took to Twitter to tell people. He wrote, “Booked an Uber in Pune and told the driver, ‘Bhaiyya do minute mein Aaya’ and then this happened.”
Along with the tweet the comedian posted two images. One posing with the cab driver whom he called Bhaiiya but is actually a woman named Rukhmini.
Booked an Uber in Pune and told the driver, “Bhaiyya do minute mein aaya” and then this happened. pic.twitter.com/HQZQqSozu7
— Sapan Verma (@sapanv) August 10, 2019
The cab driver Rukhmini inturn asked the Verma to check her Uber driver profile in which she added a line which when translated reads “After accepting the trip everyone asks ‘brother where are you.’”
The post has created quite a buzz among people ever since it has been shared. Till now, it has garnered over 5,600 ‘likes’ and 900 retweets.
Check out how they reacted:
Such a happy pic this is!
— Nandita Iyer (@saffrontrail) August 10, 2019
This is legit so damn cute. She is cute. Ugh. God bless her.
— Rhu yeah! (@rhutapatil) August 10, 2019
This is so beautiful, power to the driver.
— Anwesha Bhagat ?? (@anweshabhagat13) August 10, 2019
Great pic! So happy to see Ms Rukmini donning this cap! May her tribe increase. @Dev_Fadnavis more reasons to ensure women safety on roads and to encourage women in this profession.
Sapan – Thank you for sharing.
— Parag (@paragp) August 10, 2019