Smriti Irani and Karan Johar get right into a hilarious Twitter banter& |  Photo Credit: Twitter
Earlier today, actress-turned-politician Smriti Irani initiated a enjoyable, musical thread on Twitter whereby she requested folks to do a Twitter Antakshari. It was mainly her strategy to ease out the coronavirus scare on the web and entertain folks whereas they keep below self-quarantine. Speaking of which, Smriti tweeted, “We are a 130 crore family so tag karna mushkil hai ki next kaun gaana uthayega isiliye sing / tweet a song coz ye apni marzi wala #TwitterAntakshari hai ..”
While a number of folks throughout India participated on this digital singing session by suggesting music names and tagging pals, Karan Johar too determined to have some enjoyable by becoming a member of the Twitter Antakshari. But amusingly, his alternative of music was so not in sync with the essential time that we live in. By now we are certain you will need to have guessed 2-3 Bollywood songs that KJo might need steered amongst those which might be a strict no-no for residing within the time of coronavirus. Well, he opted for Lag Jaa Gale Ke Phir Yeh Hassin Raat Ho Na Ho...and Smriti, did not assume twice earlier than calling him out for choosing the ‘incorrect music’ within the time of coronavirus contemplating social-distancing is the necessity of the hour.
KJo wrote, “Helloji! Antakshari is my favourite timepass activity! To main Zaroor contribute karna chahoonga…with my favourite song… Lag ja gale …ke phir ye haseen raat ho na ho…Shayad phir is janam mein mulakat ho na ho……ab aapki bari!!!!” To which, Smriti replied, “Lag jaa gale is the wrong song during #corona” Karan Johar could not assist however snicker at his personal music choice after Smriti replied. Here, try their enjoyable Twitter banter under..
Karan Johar sings, Lag Jaa Gale; Smriti Irani says incorrect music
Meanwhile, today, the whole nation noticed a Janta Curfew as declared by PM Narendra Modi. Everyone additionally stepped out at their doorstep, home windows, balconies sharp at 5 PM today to clap for all of the caregivers of our nation – the medical doctors, nurses, authorities officers, who’re tirelessly working around the clock to safeguard our lives from the lethal virus.