Some may get it right, others might not. I did not get it right. But that’s not a problem: This Keralite child’s one liner becomes a hit – UKMALAYALEE

Some may get it right, others might not. I did not get it right. But that’s not a problem: This Keralite child’s one liner becomes a hit

Saturday 1 August 2020 8:39 AM UTC

By A Staff Reporter

MALAPPURAM Aug 1: Mohammed Fayiz, a class four student from a village in Malappuram in Kerala, was always fascinated of doing short videos on You Tube. In one of his small video shoot, filmed by his mother, he shows how to make a origami flower using paper.

The process in making the flower using the paper doesn’t go well with the plan. Knowing that things didn’t turn out on how he wanted to and at the same time with the awareness that the video is continued to be recorded he tells his audience: “Chelolthu readyiavum; chelolthu readyavula. Intethu readyayilya. Intethu vere modela vannathu… anganeyayalu nammakku oru koypam ilya (Some may get it right, others might not. I did not get it right. I got a different model. But that’s not a problem),” he said in dialect distinct to a village in Malappuram.

Although Mohammed Fayiz failed to create the flower out of the paper, his one liner “Some may get it right, others might not. I did not get it right. I got a different model. But that’s not a problem” was seen as the child’s confidence that should be emulated by young and adults alike.

The video which was initially shared on Whatsapp became a huge hit with it being shared by thousands on other social medias.

Milma, Kerala’s Cooperative Milk Marketing Federation picked up the one liner and used to advertise their business by stating that the milk used by them is the most ideal to get the tea right.

“Some people get it right, some people don’t. But everyone will get tea right, if the milk used is Milma,” said the text on their poster. Milma rewarded the boy with a TV and Rs10,000 for the catchphrase which they used for their campaign on Facebook.

Mohammed Fayiz organised a meet with the Malappuram collector and handed over the Rs10,000 he got to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund agains demonstrating the maturity if this school child at such a young age.

The phrase will be remembered for some time in Kerala. The phrase once more. “Chelolthu readyiavum; chelolthu readyavula. Intethu readyayilya. Intethu vere modela vannathu… anganeyayalu nammakku oru koypam ilya (Some may get it right, others might not. I did not get it right. I got a different model. But that’s not a problem)

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