Everything that you post on the internet, stays there forever, which is the truth. Bollywood celebrities tend to post something and delete it later but everyone remembers the mistakes that they tend to make. Over the years, it has become a habit for citizens to enjoy these minute blunders and turn them into memes or go the hard way to troll the celebrity.
Let’s take a look at the recent ones below.
Indian weightlifter, Saikhom Mirabai Chanu, won the first medal for India at the Tokyo Olympics as she bagged silver after lifting 202kg in Weightlifting Women’s 49kg category. Chopra took to her Twitter account to wish Chanu on her big win, but she posted the photograph of Indonesian weightlifter Aisah Windy Cantika instead of Chanu’s. This led to people troll her for this blunder on the internet.
Following Chopra’s footsteps, Alia Bhatt went ahead to repeat a similar mistake. Taking to her Instagram stories, she wrote her good wishes for the Indian contingent at the ongoing Tokyo Olympics but unfortunately posted the wrong picture. The picture was from the London Olympics opening ceremony with a hashtag of Tokyo 2021, leading to netizens trolling her more than ever.
Amitabh Bachchan is known for causing a stir on social media with his posts. Last year, he was called out by Twitter when he shared a photo of a glowing India against a darkened world after the 9 pm 9 minutes initiative. The original tweet read, “When the world was in darkness, India was illuminated. Today’s picture says it all.” Retweeting it, Amitabh wrote, “The World sees us .. we are ONE.”
Along with other Bollywood celebrities, Milind Soman joined the long list of celebrities goof-up with the Olympics and the game players. He got trolled after tweeting a congratulatory message to Indian wrestler Priya Malik, assuming she had won gold at the ongoing Tokyo Olympics. However, she won the gold medal at the World Cadet Wrestling Championship 2021 in Hungary.
Earlier this year on Republic Day, Shilpa Shetty was trolled on social media after she confused the word ‘gantantra’ (republic) with ‘swatantra’ (freedom).