‘Matlab ab nahakar, taiyaar hokar office jaana padega’: Woman rants about returning to office in a relatable video

“Meri rooh kaamp rahi hai (I shake at the thought of going back to office),” she says proceeding to question the wisdom of returning to the office model.

Ashish Kumar Written by February 23, 2021 17:25
'Matlab ab nahakar, taiyaar hokar office jaana padega': Woman rants about returning to office in a relatable video

'Matlab ab nahakar, taiyaar hokar office jaana padega': Woman rants about returning to office in a relatable video

New Delhi: Coronavirus lockdown gave birth to work from home culture in India and now people have gotten addicted to it. As we all know there are many advantages of work from home and being in raazai is the one. No one wants to leave their raazai in the morning for the office.

But as the covid vaccines rolled out, some offices have now started to call the employees back to the office.

Instagram user Harjas Sethi posted a video in which she is giving many reasons for not to start offices again.

“Meri rooh kaamp rahi hai (I shake at the thought of going back to office),” she says proceeding to question the wisdom of returning to the office model.

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She says, “Kaafi dil dehlaane vali ghatna hui hai mere sath. Abhi tin pehle office se ek email aaya with the subject line – Return to work. Toh kya matlab hua iska? Matlab ab razai se nikalkar, nahakar, taiyaar hokar office jaana padega. Logon ki shakalein dekhni padengi.”

“I want to ask them why they even want to do this. Everyone is happy, your revenue is increasing, you are saving on transport costs and other facilities,” she says in Hindi.

Sethi then goes on to say that she has learnt to live in pajamas after packing away her jeans and trousers. “Ho na paayega (it won’t be possible),” she says, referring to how good it is to connceted virtually in pyjamas.

The video was shared on Instagram on February 11, however, it went viral after it made its way to Twitter. It has garnered more than 1.13 lakh views and over 4,400 likes.

Netizens found it quite relatable.

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