Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap is celebrating his 48th birthday today, and wishes for his birthday have been pouring in on social media from his fans and critics alike. Anurag Kashyap, known to fearlessly air his views on social media, is no stranger to trolls. He often gives it back with some really witty replies. So as a section of netizens were trending #HappyBirthdayCharsiAnurag to wish the filmmaker, Anurag Kashyap had the most hilarious response.
#HappyBirthdayCharsiAnurag started trending on Twitter and his detractors and critics wished him a happy birthday, alleging that he is into drugs. However, Anurag Kashyap wasn’t necessarily irked by this Twitter trend, and instead had a hilarious reply. He thanked those trending the hashtag for their ‘charsi pyaar’, and his reply has left people in splits. Reacting to the trending hashtag, Anurag wrote, “Uff itna charsi pyaar .. kaash ki hosh mein bhi itna hi pyaar mile aap sabse .. thank you for your #HappyBirthdayCharsiAnurag.”
A user wished him by tweeting, “Happy birthday Pudiya king @anuragkashyap72 #HappyBirthdayCharsiAnurag,” replying to which, Anurag tweeted, “Thank you meri charas ki gudiya." Take a look:
Uff itna charsi pyaar .. kaash ki hosh mein bhi itna hi pyaar mile aap sabse .. thank you for your #HappyBirthdayCharsiAnurag— Anurag Kashyap (@anuragkashyap72) September 9, 2020
Thank you meri charas ki gudiya .. https://t.co/pb7dwUAvpq— Anurag Kashyap (@anuragkashyap72) September 9, 2020
Meanwhile, Anurag Kashyap hit the headlines yesterday after he shared screenshots of his conversation with Sushant Singh Rajput’s manager. Anurag wrote, “I am sorry that I am doing this but this chat is from three weeks before he passed away. Chat with his manager on 22 May .. havent don’t it so far but feel the need now .. yes I didn’t want to work with him for my own reasons ..” Read more about it here.
Image Source: Instagram/Anurag Kashyap
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