Delhi Metro Kalesh Strikes Again; Passenger Tells Man, “Taxi Mein Baith Ke Aaya Kar”, In Viral Video!

Witness the drama, humour, and social commentary.

by Mallika Khurana
Delhi Metro Kalesh Strikes Again; Passenger Tells Man, “Taxi Mein Baith Ke Aaya Kar”, In Viral Video!

When it comes to the Delhi Metro, two aspects stand out distinctly: its reputation as the lifeline for Delhiites, providing a reliable mode of transportation, and its unintended role as a light source of entertainment. With the metro teeming with passengers daily, the likelihood of tempers flaring and arguments breaking out is almost a given. The clips capturing these moments of drama often go viral on social media, much to the delight of netizens who revel in the theatrics of everyday metro life. And today is no different, with another video of a Delhi metro squabble garnering attention.

Delhi Metro Viral Video Captures Commuter Clash Over Space

This morning, a new video clip posted on the page ‘Ghar Ke Kalesh’ has been making rounds on X (formerly Twitter). It has captured a quintessential metro squabble that has quickly caught the attention of the online community. The video, which has garnered over 28,000 views in just a few hours, features two men embroiled in a heated argument over the lack of space in the crowded metro.

The conflict begins with a man standing, who accidentally bumps into a man sitting nearby. Annoyed, the seated man demands that the standing man step back. This request sparks an exchange that quickly escalates. The standing man, visibly frustrated, explains that in a packed metro, such incidents are unavoidable and definitely not intentional. He adds, with a touch of sarcasm, that if the seated man seeks a more comfortable journey, he should consider travelling by cab.

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Netizens React With Hilarity And Concern

As the video circulates, netizens have been quick to weigh in with their reactions. These comments certainly add layers of humour and commentary to the situation. One user complained about their own uneventful metro rides, regretting that they never witnessed such entertaining episodes. Another humorously speculated whether this argument might escalate into “World War 3.” 

The responses highlight a shared experience among regular metro commuters. Many remarked that this incident is just another day and that it is the same old story in the Delhi Metro. Some users pointed fingers at the rising temperatures, suggesting that the oppressive heat is making passengers more irritable and prone to such confrontations.

Take a look at some of these comments yourself:

The metro, with its daily influx of diverse passengers, becomes a stage where the drama of everyday life unfolds.

Cover Image Courtesy: Canva and Ghar Ke Kalesh/X