An auto-wallah in Hyderabad who tried to pull a tapori on a westerner had to quickly mend his ways as she began to belt out popular Hindi songs in tandem. Obviously, the poor man had little clue about the talents of C. Christine Fair, an assistant professor in the Center for Peace and Security Studies in Georgetown University's Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service.
The auto driver had refused to drop her at Hyderabad's own Charminar demanding more money. However, he was taken aback when the infuriated foreigner began to counter him in chaste Hindi. She even informed him that she will spend the entire day inside the vehicle as it was her off day from work.
Fair, who had stayed in India for a long time and who has a good command over the national language also took a video of the driver after he refused to take her to the destination. In the video, the foreigner is seen speaking fluent Hindi and is even seen singing Hindi songs like "Mujhe Need Naa Aaye, Chein Naa Aaye" from Aamir Khan starrer Dil (1990) and "Yeh Zindagi Usi Ki Hai" from the evergreen Anarkali (1953).
Finally, fed up with the social embarrassment, the auto-driver is seen taking her to Charminar.
Watch the video below: