WATCH: Two Women From Germany Are Killing It With Their Excellent Bollywood Dubsmash Videos

20/07/2015 3:59 PM IST | Updated 15/07/2016 8:25 AM IST

Two women, who seem to absolutely love Bollywood, have been on a roll posting their dubsmash videos on social media for a while now.

So, why are people loving it? Well, for one, these women are Germans who reside in Hamburg and have no connection with India except for an overwhelming love for it's pop culture. 'Padosan' is one of their favourite movies, and Shah Rukh is their 'love'.

In a video compilation posted by DubMash on Facebook, the women who go by the usernames grzmotbilska and breshna on Twitter and Instagram, are seen saying some of Bollywood's funniest dialogues.

First, the two women pull off a Salman Khan-Aamir Khan from Andaaz Apna Apna: "Do dost ek pyale mein chai piyenge, do dosti baregi." Then, they perfect the Akshay Kumar-Sunil Shetty dialogue from Hera Pheri: "Tere kutte ke tukde tukde kar ke tere poti ko khila denge." That's not all. They also sing the popular song from Amitabh Bachchan- Govinda starrer 'Bade Miya Chhote Miya' -- effortlessly.

Watch the video compilation that has already been shared nearly 30,000 times on Facebook.

grzmotbilska and breshna compilation(Dubsmash ke Deewane)Compiled by: DubMash team

Posted by DubMash on Saturday, 18 July 2015

Sometimes, these women also have a star in their videos -- a baby who they call 'sabse chhote miyan'. But, in most of the videos, the little one seems to be completely disinterested.

Take a look at some of the videos, featuring 'sabse chhote miyan'.

The time when he was forced to be Bhuvan from 'Lagaan':

Or, the time when the baby was asked "E, kya bolti tu?"

My biggest #love ❤️ #dubsmashindia #sabsechotemiyan

A video posted by Dubsmashing 📲Khatz 👩🏻 (@grzmotbilska) on

The duo is in fact killing it on social media and have now set up a Facebook page to show some of their work. These two can totally give our Bollywood stars a run for their money!

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