Bollywood actor Arjun Rampal just took a dig at journalists and politicians in his latest Tweet. Just to give you a background of what the actor is talking about, on Saturday night Indian army blocked an attempt made by the Chinese army trying to occupy a section of a certain area located near the southern bank of Pangong TSo, which has once again put our country in a tense situation. So Rampal in his latest Tweet is asking why this news is not being covered.
Also being a little more sarcastic in his approach the D-Day actor asked if any other news was more important than this. His tweet read, “Why is everyone so quiet about the Chinese, who keep inching into our territory? Is there any news which is more important than this? Where are the politicians and journalists now? Why so quiet? #IndiaChinaBorderTension” In his following Tweet he rectified his typo error, “Meant quiet and not quite. Typo” Agreeing with him is actress Tanisha Mukerji.
The actress replying to his Tweet wrote, “Absolutely agree!”
Meant quiet and not quite. Typo— arjun rampal (@rampalarjun) September 1, 2020
Absolutely agree!— Tanishaa Mukerji (@TanishaaMukerji) September 1, 2020
Currently, the news channels are fully concentrating on milking Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case which is being investigated by CBI. With each passing day, the channels are getting new deets to the viewers about Sushant's case. Apart from SSR, very few channels are providing an update on the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic vaccine and the rise in the number of cases in India.
On the personal front, Arjun marked his son Arik Rampal's first birthday, with his partner Gabriella Demetriades.
On the work front, the actor was seen in J P Dutta’s Paltan in 2018 and will be seen in Nastik helmed by Shailesh Varma. ALSO READ: Digangana Suryavanshi To Star Opposite Arjun Rampal In The Battle of Bhima Koregaon?
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