Brother the media and people are not interesting in this boring news..They prefer entertaining news like @Tweet2Rhea and @KanganaTeam. #ArnabGoswami is more keen to look for @BeingSalmanKhan but doesn’t care about our #kisaan.. https://t.co/k3Kg9Jp7Ge— King Mika Singh (@MikaSingh) September 18, 2020
There has been extensive media coverage about Sushant Singh Rajput’s death case, Rhea Chakraborty and now Kangana Ranaut for the last 3 months. Sushant allegedly ended his life on June 14, by hanging himself at his Bandra apartment. Ever since CBI took over the probe, it is yet to be officially announced if it’s a clear case of suicide or a mystery murder. Apart from the top agency officials, Enforcement Directorate and Narcotics Control Bureau too got involved to investigate the money laundering and drug angle linked to SSR’s death.
While there’s no stopping of stories and updates revolving around Sushant Singh Rajput’s death, Bollywood actor Arshad Warsi shared a video of a farmer sowing the seeds in the most unique way. Though it is heartbreaking to see the lack of infrastructure, Arshad took to Twitter and shared the video while calling it the, ‘Necessity is the mother of invention.” Bollywood and Punjabi singer Mika Singh too shared the video while taking a jibe at coverage around Rhea Chakraborty and Kangana Ranaut.
Mika tweeted, “Brother the media and people are not interesting in this boring news..They prefer entertaining news like @Tweet2Rhea and @KanganaTeam . #ArnabGoswami is more keen to look for @BeingSalmanKhan but doesn’t care about our #kisaan..” Watch this video below and get ready to be amazed:
Just recently three Agriculture Sector Bills were passed by Lok Sabha and strong reactions have been pouring in since then. A massive protest has been going on in Punjab by the farmers against Government's decision.
Images Source: instagram/arshad_warsi/mikasingh
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