'Jugaad' finds place in Oxford dictionary, 'Fukrey' cast rejoices

ANI | Updated: Oct 28, 2017 10:25 IST

New Delhi [India], October 28 (ANI): The world's most trusted English dictionary Oxford has officially accepted the word 'Jugaad' in their latest update.

The dictionary has accepted the noun Jugaad, which means a flexible approach to problem-solving that uses limited resources in an innovative way, to its list of words.

Four years ago, some Bollywood stars gave the word 'Jugaad' a new meaning through its movie 'Fukrey' and now with 'Fukrey Returns,' they are all set to make a come back.

The makers shared the news on Twitter saying, "Looks like the #OxfordDictionary approves of the Fukra way of living it up! Hence proven, ke umeed pe nahi, jugaad pe duniya kaayam hai!??"

Enthralled with the news, the entire cast of the film expressed their excitement.

Delighted with the news, movie's lead actor, Pulkit Samrat took to his Twitter handle, writing, "??Today's lesson: #Jugaad is now a part of #OxfordDictionary! Waiting for #FUKRA to join the club now!

To which, actress Richa Chaddha said, "Hahaha. This is AWESOME!"

Everyone's favorite Choocha aka Varun Sharma said, "Jugaad is now a part of the #OxfordDictionary! Yeh Baaatt!!

Isiliye toh kehte hain ki

Ummeed pe nahi jugaad pe duniya kayam hai????"

Ali Fazal also took to his Twitter handle, writing, "BIG DAY FOR FUKREY , the word Jugaad makes it to the Dictionarayyy.. hehe.. woh bhi OXFORD WAALI. Suggested use- "bhai, kalle thhoda jugaad"

Manjot Singh aka Lali said, "Jugaad is now a part of the #OxfordDictionary! Waiting for Fukra to join this club

Ummeed pe nahi jugaad pe duniya kayam hai @FukreyReturns"

Excel Entertainment's 'Fukrey' made a huge buzz in 2013. The 2013 film won hearts with its unusual concept and emerged as a hit at the box office.

The movie, which is produced by Excel Entertainment, is all set to hit the theatres on December 8. (ANI)