The epidemic has raised concerns among people about the current situation. Conflicts are bound to occur in private places. Sneezing or coughing is more threatening now than physical abuse.
When the neighbor accused him outside his residence, Bir Das had a ‘ridiculous’ experience. This neighbor tried to intimidate the comedian and sneered at him, saying that his brother Das was living on his property. The comedian uploaded the video on social media to share the diverse experience.
Bir Das’s neighbor sneezed at him during the protest in the lockdown
As far as humor goes, when does a person stop being funny? Concerns surrounding ongoing lockdowns, coronaviruses and global epidemics are the most unpleasant situations when someone threatens to sneeze or cough at you. Moreover, personal space and social distance are becoming common practice, and if not observed, are punishable offenses.
Birha’s slave found himself in the midst of a conflict with one of his neighbors. An elderly man appeared in front of the residence of Bir Bollywood actor and comedian and angered Bir Das. Bir Das was with a friend while he was sitting, his friend was sitting 15 feet away, because Veer Das was bringing food packets for his meal. In a video uploaded to Twitter by the comedian, Bhai Das asked the man to maintain social distance as he approached, claiming that Bir Das was not at his house and that he should wear a mask.
The man then threatens to slap her and tells her that he will sneeze at her, pulling down his mask and letting go of the sneeze. Bir Das tells him to move but the man yells at him, claiming that the house where the crowd Das lives is his and he was born in that house. He even cursed Bir Das saying that his dead parents would haunt him. Brother Das later deleted the tweet and the video he uploaded
Veer Das uploaded the video on Twitter, and released a statement in which he wrote, “… this person is not my landlord, he lives on the first floor of the Annex building. He did not enter and did not do this. This person is at my doorstep, my seat or I am not the owner of my house. I am not sure if an old man is threatening to insult me, or sneeze at me, or tell his dead parents to harass me. It is considered harassment. But it’s a bit ridiculous to go to the media before this. Before, as he did before, and I sat quietly … I don’t usually get into dramas … I’m sorry, but it crossed the line. How’s your lockdown going? “
The person in question has gone to the media in the past to discuss the family of Bir Das and his life. Das uploaded statements and videos to reveal the truth there before reaching out to his neighboring media. He explained that no one was eating dinner in his place, his friend Kavi came to get a food parcel and Veer Das was going to give it to him.
We weren’t eating dinner. Only FYI. We made a parcel to take Kavi home. We waited for him and smoked fifteen feet away from everyone in the chair. I’m not sure why I’m explaining why a boy sneezes at me … but anyway? Done.
– Vir Das (Thevards) 2520, 2020