TV actor Nakuul Mehta is known for often voicing his opinions on social media. Recently, the actor wrote how he missed the part where 'He' addressed problems around the migrant workers. Soon after, the netizens were quick to connect it to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent speech, where he didn’t only announce lockdown 4.0 but also spilt the beans on an economic relief package worth Rs 20 lakh crore. His tweet garnered a lot of attention from a lot of people, including Ishqbaaaz co-star and actor Kunal Jaisingh.
Nakuul’s tweet read, “I hate my TV. Missed the part where he spoke about migrant workers.” This, however, didn’t go down well his Ishqbaaaz co-star Kunal Jaisingh, who responded to Nakuul’s tweet by writing, “PMO has an office called finance ministry... Patience is a virtue wait for that ministry to do their job and announce the details... also hating your Tv was a show of yours... so love your Tv because you hate Tv ... Love you brother.”
Fans were quick to support Kunal and bash Nakuul for the same. A user wrote, “Very well said kj. Modi ji said further details about reforms program will be conveyed by fm tomorrow. When world’s most developed economy such as USA,UK etc are suffering from instability, developing nation as India is handling situation at its best. All thanks to modi ji.”
Check out the tweets below:
PMO has an office called finance ministry... Patience is a virtue wait for that ministry to do their job and announce the details... also hating your Tv was a show of yours... so love your Tv because you hate Tv ... Love you brother 🤗🤗🤗— Kunal Jaisingh (@KUNAL_JAISINGH) May 12, 2020
In other news, various Bollywood celebrities like Arjun Rampal, Shahid Kapoor, Anupam Kher, Saina Nehwal and Geeta Phogat among others lauded PM Modi for delivering such an impactful speech and his decision to announce the fourth phase of lockdown.
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