'God of Thunder' was stuck in Indian-traffic, here's his reaction
While shooting in Ahmedabad, Hemsworth shared several videos and photos, visibly excited about visiting a foreign land and the adulation he received in India.
However, his best reaction came when he firsthand witnessed the traffic on Indian streets.
Read what he said about it.
The underlying order in chaos
Hemsworth was overwhelmed at encountering Indian traffic firsthand.
He described the crisscrossing cars, autos, and bikes, as 'beautiful chaos'.
He imitated the honking sound, saying 'Beep beep' before describing a busy intersection, saying 'Traffic is flowing'.
Hemsworth must have been scared of his car going on the wrong side of the road but it was eclipsed by his excitement at seeing tuk tuks.
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But, why is Hemsworth in India?
Hemsworth has spent a week in India as he started filming for the Netflix film 'Dhaka' on November 3.
The film starring Manoj Bajpayee and Randeep Hooda follows Hemsworth's character as he attempts to rescue a kidnapped Indian boy while coming to terms with his sense of identity.
After shooting in Ahmedabad, the cast is expected to shift base to Mumbai and then Thailand.
Hemsworth is beyond grateful for the love he received
Hemsworth's visit to India has been met with huge adulation from fans, including him being sent chocolates shaped like Thor's hammer. He showed his love to the folks of India by posting pictures with them on Instagram.
Everyone is smiling in the pictures Hemsworth posted
Keep your chaos, thank you very much
While Hemsworth seemed as disoriented with Indian traffic as his character, Thor was the first time he visited earth, he still called the chaos beautiful.
Perhaps the cohesion underlying such disorderly traffic amazes foreigners, especially since Indian traffic conditions are often ridiculed abroad.
However, as a native who has to navigate said traffic, thank you Hemsworth, but I choose order over chaos every time.