Akshay Kumar recently met Narendra Modi and shared a picture of the meeting through his Social Media accounts. In the picture, he is seen sitting with the PM while both of them have a smile on their face. Akshay wrote –
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) May 9, 2017
“Met PM @narendramodi and got the opportunity to tell him about my upcoming ‘Toiler- Ek Prem Katha,’ His smile at just the title made my day!”
While many admired the meeting of Bollywood Superstar Akshay & Indian PM Narendra Modi, some called it promotions of his upcoming film. Also, there were few who didn’t like it at all.
A Twitter handle named India Explained tried to roast both Akshay and his wife Twinkle for this.
Here’s what the person posted while taking a dig on the couple –
Kind of cute how Twinkle Khanna writes ‘progressive’ fluff pieces in ToI while Akshayji dances with Pogrom Modi. Indian elites in nutshell pic.twitter.com/1f39kJfDZL
— IndiaExplained (@IndiaExplained) May 9, 2017
“Kind of cute how Twinkle Khanna writes ‘progressive’ fluff pieces in ToI while Akshayji dances with Pogram Modi, Indian elites in nutshell”
This was a sarcastic dig on Twinkle Khanna’s columns published in a leading daily. The handle termed the columns of Twinkle as “progressive fluff pieces” which means a write up that is supposed to be progressive and hard hitting but is actually far from that.
In the same tweet, it took a dig on Akshay and even Narendra Modi by comparing the meeting with dance can calling PM a program which means a violent riot aimed at the massacre or persecution of a religious group.
Not just that, the tweet also pointed out the difference in thoughts of both Twinkle and Akshay as a couple.
But, Twinkle Khanna is not someone who takes social media bullshit, so she decided to answer. This is what she said—
Better than a regressive tweet like this that calls ‘progressive’ pieces fluff and believes that marriage means sharing the same ideologies https://t.co/PwvKH0zwl3
— Twinkle Khanna (@mrsfunnybones) May 10, 2017
“Better than a regressive tweet like this that calls ‘progressive’ pieces fluff and believes that marriage means sharing the same ideologies”