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Discussion in 'Smalltalk' started by naqshbandijamaati, Jul 3, 2011.
Yes I was talking about the lehjaa too Lekin no one speaks so flowery Urdu in everyday speech!
This is normal urdu, or atleast i speak it, but the lehja, the tone, i dont have.
I wish I could speak Urdu like that!
Here is a wonderful and amusing (20 mins) skit by the late Moeen Akhtar sahib in which he impersonates the exaggeratedly refined Urdu of people from Lucknow.
It is very clean and enjoyable humour
other 2 parts can be found on youtube.