Amitabh Bachchan, one of the famed celebrities of India, also tweeted his excitement over so-called ‘aggression’ of the Indian forces along the border, only to be counter attacked by scores of tweets who trolled him for buying into the fabrication of truth of his own army.
Pakistan’s military spokesperson was quick to rubbish Indian claim of surgical strike and wasted no time in clarifying that ‘Indian forces were making such claims only to satisfy their own public.’ And his remarks proved spot on later in the day.
As veteran Bollywood actor tweeted praise for his army after their media was rife with reports of ‘surgical strikes’, saying “Don’t Mess With The Indian Army”, was quickly retorted in no time.
Here are the reactions:
— #BurhanMeansFreedom (@r4j4faisal) September 29, 2016
‘Indian soldiers ran away after counter attack’
— Muhammad Hoti-PTI (@M_H0ti) September 29, 2016
‘We want leaves, please’
@SrBachchan They r ur 40,000 soldiers who applied for leave at this time when they r supposed to stay with their country😂😂😂…explain this
— Fazila 🇵🇰 (@fazila_1996) September 29, 2016
‘Good dialgoue, Mr. Bachchan’
— جاوید شیخ (@javaidShaikh) September 29, 2016
‘Protect your women from sexual assault first’
— GHAZWAEHIND (@GHAZWAEHIND2) September 29, 2016
‘Indian Army is a group of terrorists for Kahsmiris’
— usman ali (@usman2513) September 30, 2016
Becoz they mess with each others … 😂😂😂😂
— Mango Man (@AHFarooqui) September 29, 2016
‘Okay, next dialogue please’
— Rizwan Javaid (@rizz_javaid) September 29, 2016
‘Flop movies, flop tweet’
@SrBachchan after flop movies.. Flop tweet
— Abdal. . 🌐 (@AbdalAhmad54) September 29, 2016
‘How many Indian soldiers were killed, by the way?’
— questionmarkboy (@questionmarkboy) September 29, 2016
@SrBachchan Plz pick up the dead bodies of Indian soilders frm LOC frm ur own side
— ZIA (@XIApk) September 29, 2016
Apart from aforementioned tweets, users were continuously posting their messages on the micro-blogging website to mock the Bollywood celebrity.