Sourav Ganguly Brutally Trolled For His Copy-Paste Error, And Ruining Meesho’s Ad Campaign; Latter Pokes Fun At Dada!

Meesho’s ad campaign was running successfully until Sourav Ganguly aka Dada or his team copy-pasted their entire promotional message including the instructions that were only meant for him

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Sourav Ganguly Brutally Trolled For His Copy-Paste Error, And Ruining Meesho’s Ad Campaign; Latter Pokes Fun At Dada!
At times promotions fail miserably, landing celebrities in trouble. Well, in a similar turn of events, a promotional campaign by e-commerce platform Meesho was ‘ruined’ after BCCI president and former cricketer Sourav Ganguly made a copy-paste error. ALSO READ | Luv Films Announce A Biopic On The Cricket Legend Sourav Ganguly; No Lead Actor Zeroed In Yet


Interestingly, celebs including Deepika Padukone, Karthi and Rashmika Mandanna, comedian Kapil Sharma and cricketer Rohit Sharma shared a poster on their social media accounts that said ‘Ohseem presents Mega Blockbuster’, which seemed like a film or TV series starring all of them.

The poster even mentioned that the trailer would release on September 4. This seems to have confused everyone. 

Meesho’s ad campaign was running successfully until Sourav Ganguly aka Dada or his team copy-pasted their entire promotional message including the instructions that were only meant for him. 







“Please ensure that the Meesho brand name or Meesho hashtag is nowhere mentioned in tomorrow’s 1st September post,” his tweet said along with the poster. 

The tweet was quickly deleted and a new tweet was posted, one without the error. But, netizens were quick enough to catch onto Dada’s blunder as screenshots of his deleted tweet surfaced. The tweet ultimately sparked a meme fest and the Twitteratis are now heavily trolling the BCCI president and the brand’s name ‘Meesho’ was trending Twitter.

Meesho quickly responded for damage control and joined the trend, poking fun at Dada’s mistake but implying that it was still a successful campaign. 

“When Dada hits, it’s a 6. When Dada mishits, it’s still a 6,” Meesho tweeted with the viral screenshot of Dada’s deleted tweet. ALSO READ | Sourav Ganguly Complains Of Chest Pain: Former Skipper And BCCI Chief Hospitalised Again-REPORT

Well, it's time people learned to use Ctrl C and Ctrl V wisely.

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