The Great Khali's latest TV ad that's put a smile on our faces
If you thought that Great Khali aka Dalip Singh Rana never let up on the intensity, his latest commercial for a cement brand may just convince you otherwise.
He is perhaps the best known WWE wrestler to come out of India and does have the most epic Twitter feed, but if you thought that Great Khali aka Dalip Singh Rana never let up on the intensity, his latest commercial for a cement brand may just convince you otherwise.
The 7 feet 1 inch wrestler is the protagonist of Ambuja Cements' latest commercial for their product, in which he starts by bemoaning the problems of not knowing his own strength. Cue some of the most funniest visuals of a big man going through walls, ceilings and floors.
The commercial hits all the right notes, showing the troubled family's woes with the wrestler's inability to let the walls (not to mention floors and ceilings) of the house remain intact (the Godzilla scene is just epic).
Of course, it all ends well with him discovering the right brand of cement and finally discovering just how much it hurts to walk into a concrete wall that doesn't yield.
In case you missed the commercial during its numerous re-runs here it is:
Of course, the wrestler has chronicled the shooting of the commercial on his Twitter feed so in case you want you see the behind the scenes footage here's some of it:
The Great Khali dances:
The Great Khali goes through the floor:
And just to prove that the man's always had a funny bone, here's what he's done in the past:
And here's a scene that may have inspired the advertisement:
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