Amid lockdown, people are glued to their TV sets to watch the Mythological drama Mahabharat which was a great hit in the year 1988-1990. Due to the unfortunate outbreak of Coronavirus, Doordarshan decided to rerun the episodes of Mahabharat and Ramayan and people are showering immense love on the same. But in the world of the internet, people never leave a chance to try and find out the most unnoticed thing, which later becomes a laughing stock.
After spotting cooler on the sets of Mahabharat (which turned out to be a pillar), netizens have now found a new goof-up in one of the recent episodes of the mythological show. In the latest viral, TikTok video sees one dead soldier is seen making body movements and coming back to life. Yes, you heard it right! The video opens with Bhishma Pitamah, (Mukesh Khanna) lying on the bed of arrows and Ganga meeting him. The character of Ganga is essayed by Kiran Juneja.
In the scene all the dead soldiers are seen laying in the background, post the yudh. But what got netizens attention was one dead soldier, who was lying on the ground, eventually makes body movement and lifts his head and hand. It seems like, the soldier soon realises that the shoot is still following which he’s seen soon getting back to the normal position.
Now, this big goof-up is trending on social media and a TikTok user shared this video and captioning it, “Mahabharat ka murda jivit ho gaya. Shooting abhi puri nahi hui." One user commented, “Tabhi toh bolte hain, dobara mat dikhao. Ab log pata nahi kis kis ko dhyaan se dekh rahe hain (sic).” While other user mentioned, “We all know this fact that they all are alive but they want to make understand us the concept so plz don't make fun (sic).” (ALSO READ: Mahabharat: Mukesh Khanna Reacts To Viral Pic Showing Cooler In The Episode, ‘Yeh Picture Aayi Kahan Se Aur Kisne Spot Kiya’)
Earlier, a Twitter user noticed a cooler behind Bhishma Pitamah and it soon made rounds on social media. While later it was cleared that it wasn’t a cooler but the design pattern on the pillar which looked like a cooler vent.
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