Ayush Mehra has released the first episode of the FilterCopy Shorts series ‘Asking For It’ on his YouTube channel. Prajakta Koli (MostlySane), Barkha Singh, Dolly Singh, Aisha Ahmed, Kusha Kapila, Yashaswini Dayama, and Ahsaas Channa are among the seven influencers featured. All of these folks respond to a series of questions asked by Ayush and provide us with motivational quotes, such as Kusha’s “Prepare for the worst but expect the best.” So, shall we delve a little deeper and discover what Ayush has in store for us today? Here’s a peek of Ayush Mehra’s ‘Asking for It’ YouTube video featuring influencers.
The influencers in this video begin by estimating the types of questions Ayush will ask them. It then goes on to ask how many zeroes 20 lakh crore rupees has, with each subsequent question having the same 20 lakh crore digit. To the point where it becomes a remix with the Shava Shava clip later in the video. The video ends with MostlySane adapting to Montu’s personality by claiming she wants to know who stated they were going to spend all the money on strip clubs.
From Ayush being referred to as a kameena to being booed to fragments of a random man tossing money and Kusha’s ‘Jaan hai toh Jahaan’, this video is jam-packed with entertainment that you should watch right away.
Because no video is complete without Behind-The-Scenes footage, we’ve included bloopers as the frosting on the cake for you. This video not only includes more clips from the original video, but also two additional questions. See if these influencers choose eternal youth over money in these bloopers! The replies will make you wise, if not increase your regard for them.
I hope you liked and enjoyed this video. If you want to watch two more episodes in this series tap HERE to watch the same by FilterCopy Shorts. I can’t wait for more videos and hope to see all of them with you guys again. And until my pen writes more for you, here’s another article featuring Prajakta a.k.a. MostlySane, Yashaswini and Aisha that you can read by tapping HERE! Happy reading, y’all!