Rajkummar Rao Shows You How to Be the King of ‘Jugaad’ IRL

Rajkummar Rao Shows You How to Be the King of ‘Jugaad’ IRL

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Cast: Rajkummar Rao and Mouni Roy
Camera: Yashpal Singh
Camera and production assistant: Gautam Sharma
Editor: Ashish Maccune
Script and Producer: Divya Talwar

This video, starring Made in China actors Rajkummar Rao and Mouni Roy, is not a work of fiction, the characters in the video aren’t fictional either. We’re sure that you know at least one such person who has a ‘jugaad’ for everything. This video is inspired by all those people. What would you call them - ‘jugaadu,’ genius or plain lazy? Watch this video and decide for yourself.

Scroll down to learn some quick hacks that you can use in your everyday life.

Also Read : Rajkummar-Mouni Recreate Garba Track ‘Odhani’ for ‘Made in China’ 

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No Spoon? No Problem!

Too lazy to walk to the kitchen to get a spoon? Just use a disposable cup and “create” a spoon. Creative, isn’t it?

Lazy kya? Aise kha! 
Lazy kya? Aise kha! 
(Photo: The Quint)

Who Needs a Microwave When You Have an Iron?

Microwave not working? Use the iron instead. It’s quicker, cheaper and you won’t have to eat cold food ever again.

An iron is cheaper than a microwave anyway.
An iron is cheaper than a microwave anyway.
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DND Mode: Visuals from the TV, Audio from the Phone

This is one genius hack that will help you enjoy the drama on-screen and save you from some off-screen. Do try this at home.

A hack that can save many fights. 
A hack that can save many fights. 
(Photo: The Quint)

No More Tears: Wear a Helmet

Yes, a helmet can save you from tears too. This is definitely a ‘jugaad’ that you’ve at least heard of if not tried yourself.

The good old trick. 
The good old trick. 
(Photo: The Quint)

Made in China is directed by Mikhil Musale and presented by Dinesh Vijan under the banner of Maddock Films. The film revolves around Rajkummar Rao’s character, a Gujarati businessman and Mouni Roy, who plays his feisty wife. It will mark the Bollywood debut of Gujarati director Mikhil Musale, whose 2016 thriller-drama Wrong Side Raju bagged the National Award for Best Feature Film in Gujarati. The film is set to hit theatres on 25 October.

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