GN Bureau | August 4, 2015
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal’s love for movies created his own mockery on the micro-blogging site on Tuesday. Twitterati slammed him over his recent few tweets he posted after watching films and termed him ‘dramatic’, ‘entertainer’ and more with a top trending hastag ‘KejriMovies’.
“All Play, No Work #KejriMovies ,” read one Twitter post.
“Kejriwal & AAP is launching Helpline no. to provide information abt Movie's review, release & collection.Just costing 526 Cr. #KejriMovies,” read another.
Kejriwal, who will meet FTII students today over the appointment of Gajendra Chauhan, tweeted about movie Drishyam on Monday. He also watched award-winning and internationally-lauded film Masaan along with some of his colleagues at a special screening in July and tweeted: “Just saw Masaan. Excellent movie. A must watch.”
Here is how Twitter reacts:
wo pareshan karte rahe... Hum movies dekhte rahe #KejriMovies— Anurakti Sharma (@anuraktisharma) August 4, 2015
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