Just yesterday Marvel India posted a video of Chris Pratt reacting to the Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 trailer mashup with Jhoom Jhoom Baba song from Mithun Chakraborty’s Kasam Paida Karne Wale Ki and in no time that clip went viral on the internet. In the video Chris Pratt can be heard saying, “Whoa…wow…i wonder if it’s too late to put that music in..instead of the music we have played…whoa… people are gonna flip out!”. Not many know that clip was a part of this Chris Pratt interview conducted by improvisor Kenny Sebastian. In this one of its kind interview, Kenny Sebastian is seen teaching Chris Pratt some Hindi lingo, be it Abey, which he explains, means, “What! get outta here, No Way,” and Theek Hai which he explains, means, “Yes”. He then goes on to ask some funny questions to Chris and he replies with words Abey and Theek Hai.  After this Chris Pratt sings a Butter Chicken Rap to Kenny’s beat boxing and it’s hilarious. Also read: Check out Chris Pratt’s amazed reaction on watching Guardians of The Galaxy 2 trailer mashup with Jhoom Jhoom Jhoom Baba

Check out the video below:

Kenny Sebastian also posted another video from the red carpet of Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 Japan event and it too is hilarious. Check it out below:

In the movie, music left behind in a walkman is Star Lord aka Peter Quill’s way to stay connected to the Earth, home and the mother he lost. His mother had left behind a curated Awesome Mix Vol 1 mixtape – for Peter which featured prominently in the Guardians Of The Galaxy. Aptly titled Awesome Mix Vol 2, again a mixtape of retro hits from the same era will be part of the Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2. What better, but to add to this a desi beat specially for India? “Jhoom Jhoom Jhoom Baba” the India Mash Up is a homage to the 80s music, attitude, humor showcased in the film – and has been specially crafted for the Indian Audience. The song and its unabashed foot tapping groove is representative of the coolness that the film essays!