Anurag Kashyap Calls Twitter 'Atmanirbhar' As He Gives An Epic Reply To A Troll Who Tried Correcting His Hindi

Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap gave a savage reply to a troll who corrected his Hindi after he asked the difference between certain Hindi words. Filmmaker calls Twitter 'Atmanirbhar'

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Anurag Kashyap Calls Twitter 'Atmanirbhar' As He Gives An Epic Reply To A Troll Who Tried Correcting His Hindi
PM Narendra Modi’s last night's speech about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic left many disappointed. But the word ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’ picked up on the social networking platforms like fire. As usual, we saw some immediately abiding by it, meanwhile, this catchphrase also invited trolls. Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap who is pretty vocal about his opinions on almost all the topics also had his take on this trending term, Atmanirbhar Bharat. Also as soon as he started on the same lines, he got hit by trolls, criticizing his Hindi.

And guess what like always the filmmaker had an epic reply to it. The filmmaker in his couple of recent tweets made sure to tweet in Hindi and somewhat in English. He asked the difference between certain Hindi words, which landed him in the troll radar. Such as in one of his tweets he asked what is a difference between a volunteer and self-reliant?  Followed by came his next tweet in which he asked the difference between borrowing and relief-packages?  Whereas both these tweets invited trolls, he decided to finally reply to one of the trollers in shuddi Hindi.

Poking fun at his Hindi, a twitter user wrote about the filmmaker having a flaw in his written Hindi. To which he replied, “Prabhu's quantum has learned Hindi from English only, brother. Auto-Correct (self-sustaining) Twitter, that is, automatically commits itself. It is not even that it should be fixed.”

PM’s last night's speech though did confirm of lockdown 4.0, but also spoke about an alteration in the current lockdown rules to curtail COVID-19. Also during his speech, he mentioned his new formed rules of the lockdown to be announced before May 18, 2020. ALSO READ: Anurag Kashyap Is Busy Binging On Hrithik Roshan’s Dance Songs, ‘Ufffffff Hai Matlab’; Trolls Can Take A Break

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