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3 Idiots Tagalog Version Full Video

3 Idiots Tagalog Version Full Video

3 Idiots is a 2009 Indian comedy-drama film directed by Rajkumar Hirani and starring Aamir Khan, R. Madhavan, Sharman Joshi, Kareena Kapoor, Boman Irani and Omi Vaidya. The film follows the lives of three engineering students who face academic and personal challenges in a prestigious college. The film is loosely based on the novel Five Point Someone by Chetan Bhagat.

The film was a huge success in India and abroad, becoming the highest-grossing Indian film of all time at the time of its release. It also won six Filmfare Awards, including Best Film and Best Director, and three National Film Awards, including Best Popular Film. The film was also nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but did not make the final shortlist.


The film has been dubbed in various languages, including Tagalog, which is spoken in the Philippines. The Tagalog version of the film is available online on several platforms, such as Bilibili , a Chinese video-sharing website that also hosts content in other languages. The Tagalog version of the film has received positive reviews from Filipino viewers, who praised the humor, message and performances of the actors.

The Tagalog version of the film is also known as Tatlong Bobo or Tatlong Gago, which are literal translations of 3 Idiots. The film's tagline is "Huwag kang maging bobo. Maging gago." which means "Don't be an idiot. Be a fool." This is a reference to the film's theme of following one's passion and not conforming to societal expectations.

The Tagalog version of the film has some changes from the original Hindi version, such as the names of the characters and some cultural references. For example, Rancho, the main protagonist played by Aamir Khan, is renamed as Ranzo in the Tagalog version. Farhan, played by R. Madhavan, is renamed as Faran. Raju, played by Sharman Joshi, is renamed as Rajo. Virus, the strict college director played by Boman Irani, is renamed as Viruz. Pia, the love interest of Rancho played by Kareena Kapoor, is renamed as Piaa. Chatur, the arrogant rival of Rancho played by Omi Vaidya, is renamed as Chato.

Some of the famous scenes and dialogues from the film are also translated into Tagalog, such as:

  • The scene where Rancho gives a speech in Hindi after being drunk is translated into Tagalog as "Ang buhay ay hindi tungkol sa pagkuha ng mga grado. Ang buhay ay tungkol sa pagkuha ng mga kaibigan." which means "Life is not about getting grades. Life is about getting friends."

  • The scene where Rancho teaches his friends how to pronounce "All is well" in English is translated into Tagalog as "Lahat ay mabuti" which means "All is good."

  • The scene where Rancho writes "Farhanitrate" and "Premature Evaluation" on the blackboard to mock Chatur's speech is translated into Tagalog as "Faranitrato" and "Maagang Pagtataya" respectively.

  • The scene where Rancho invents a device to help Pia deliver a baby in a remote village is translated into Tagalog as "Ang makina na ito ay tinatawag na 'Ranzo Delivery System'. Ito ay nagbibigay ng lakas at kumpiyansa sa mga babaeng nanganganak." which means "This machine is called 'Ranzo Delivery System'. It gives strength and confidence to women who are giving birth."

  • The scene where Rancho reveals his real name as Phunsukh Wangdu, a famous scientist and inventor, is translated into Tagalog as "Ang tunay kong pangalan ay Phunsukh Wangdu. Ako ay isa sa mga pinakamahusay na siyentipiko at imbentor sa mundo." which means "My real name is Phunsukh Wangdu. I am one of the best scientists and inventors in the world."

The Tagalog version of 3 Idiots is a fun and inspiring way to watch the film for Filipino audiences, who can relate to the struggles and aspirations of the characters. The film also delivers a universal message of pursuing one's dreams and living a meaningful life.


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