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Vikas Khanna Has A Question For All Those Who Forget Their Native Language In US

Vikas Khanna took to Twitter on Tuesday, October 14, 2020, to ask a question for those who forget their native language in the US. Read here.

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Vikas Khanna is not only a well-known chef in India but is also known for creating a buzz on the internet. Having millions of followers on social media, Vikas Khanna never fails to put a smile on the faces of his fans. Vikas Khanna took to Twitter on Tuesday, October 14, 2020, to ask a question for those who forget their native language in the US.

Taking to his Twitter handle, Vikas has a question for those who forget their native language in the US. He wrote saying that he completely understands made up accents as he is surrounded by them 24/7. However, he also asked if someone could help him understand, “If someone moved to the US at the age of 25.........HOW COME WITHIN 2 YEARS, THEY FORGET TO SPEAK THEIR NATIVE LANGUAGE!” take a look at his tweet below.

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Seeing this tweet, fans went all out comment on the Vikas’ question. Looking at the comments seems like fans also fail to understand the same. The tweet shared by Vikas received several likes, retweets and comments from fans.

Some of the users went on to say that such people go on to make a mockery of themselves. While some went on agree with Vikas Khanna’s tweet. One of the users wrote, “Who's that mahan atma sir”. While the other one wrote, “They choose to ... trying so hard to blend in, that in the process lose themselves”. Check out a few tweets from fans.

 

 

 

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Vikas Khanna’s upcoming book

Vikas Khanna is set to release his next cookbook in 2021. According to Vikas Khanna's publishing company, Penguin Random House India, the next Michelin Star chef's book will be Feed India. Feed India is one of the largest food drives to provide food to all workers, refugees and underprivileged people in the world most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Vikas Khanna's latest Tweet announcing the release of his upcoming book, Kitchens of Gratitude. He also revealed that the initiative provided over 40 million meals for workers in just 175 days. Take a look at his tweet below.

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