Anirudh Pisharody accidentally started the "name trend" and the internet is on a roll!

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Anirudh Pisharody accidentally started the "name trend" and the internet is on a roll!

Actor Anirudh Pisharody did an interview and social media made a name trend out of his introduction.

We all know that Anirudh Pisharody is Never Have I Ever's new heartthrob and we love him for everything he does on screen. Today, a trend can come from anywhere and anything and he too accidentally created one. Recently in an interview, he said his "name"(literally), and social media made a trend out of it. The trend is about trying fake accents while saying tough Indian names. We have seen people trying different accents while speaking and sometimes they just overdo it. Some people find Indian name pronunciations in an American accent funny and that is how this trend caught everyone's attention. This trend kinda proves how you can make a social media trend from the most mundane or regular things.

Anirudh Pisharody was obviously not faking the accent while saying his name but a lot of people out there do and this trend kinda makes fun of that attempt. It's not so uncommon for people to mimic or make fun of NRI accents which they sometimes overdo. There's a fine line between fun and offending someone on their accent and ethnicity and some creators did understand the assignment and made it just "fun"!

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Here is what the fake accent trend looks like!

Here is how Anirudh reacted to this trend:

What do you think about this trend?

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