A US man in Utah, Isaac Richards took the internet by storm with his speaking skills in Telugu language.
Isaac runs an ice-cream store in Montana and he shocks his Indian customers with his fluent Telugu.
A video has gone viral on social media, which was recorded by some Indian customers, who visited his ice cream store.
On July 9, Ganesh Kesana posted the video on Facebook and in no time, the internet fell in love with Isaac and fluent Telugu.
In the video, Isaac is seen speaking Telugu, telling his Indian customers, “Telugu lo cheppandi (Speak in Telugu).”
His Indian customers explain him that they have come a long way just to listen him speak Telugu.
Totally perplexed listening to the US man matching their skills in Telugu, customers were further asked, “Meeru rakamundu Hyderbadulo unaara?” (Were you in Hyderabad before you came here?)
Isaac fluently ends the conversation with a “Dhanyavadulu” (Thank you).
Isaac Richards, who is a human rights student, said that he visited Andhra Pradesh before and spent a year each in Vijaywada and Visakhapatnam.
Telugu marchipokudadhu! Chala manchi basha adhi! Here is my reaction in Telugu to the recent video that went viral in…
Clarifying details about his identity, Isaac posted a video this time too in ‘Spashtamaina Telugu’. He says, “A guy called Ganesh uploaded a video on Facebook that went viral in India of me speaking Telugu at the Haagen Dazs ice cream shop. Some news channels got false details about me from New Zealand, which is not true. I am from the USA. I visited Andhra Pradesh somewhere between 2016 and 2018 and that is when I learnt Telugu. I love Telugu. I was shocked at the number of people who watched my video.”