Not funny! Fans react to Amitabh Bachchan's 'bat entered my room' tweet
Amitabh Bachchan's latest tweet did not go down well with many social media users.
Megastar Amitabh Bachchan shared a "breaking news" that a bat entered his home Jalsa in Mumbai. Bachchan took to Twitter to share the "news of the hour" with his fans and followers." "Ladies and gentlemen of the Jury .. news of the hour .. BREAKING NEWS .. would you believe it .. A Bat, a (chamgadar) has come into my room .. in Jalsa .. on the 3rd floor .. in my Den..."
The thespian said that it was a tough job to take the bat out from the room. "Badi mushkil se use bahar nikala (It as tough to take it out)... Corona peecha chodh hi nahin raha (Corona is not leaving)."
T 3510 - Ladies and gentlemen of the Jury .. news of the hour .. BREAKING NEWS .. would you believe it ..— Amitabh Bachchan (@SrBachchan) April 25, 2020
A Bat , a à¤à¤®à¤à¤¾à¤¦à¤° has come into my room .. in Jalsa .. on the 3rd floor .. in my Den .. ð¯ð¯
badi mushkil se use bahar nikala ..
Corona peecha chodh hi nahin raha !!!
However, the tweet did not go down well with many social media users.
A user wrote: "Sorry to hear this from a reputed personality. Bats are not harmful and there is no need to fear. Kindly understand that they did not spread the virus to human. The reason is still debated. By nature, most animals have got virus in their body. Pls read this."
Another commented: "Not in good taste sir. You have millions of followers. Still we don't have exact process of human virus spillover. Demonising bat is last thing we want. Things we know for sure; They are pollinators. They help in pest control. Please revisit it."
Not in good taste sir. You have millions of followers. Still we don’t have exact process of human virus spillover. Demonising bat is last thing we want. Things we know for sure; They are pollinators. They help in pest control. Please revisit it.— Parveen Kaswan, IFS (@ParveenKaswan) April 25, 2020
"This is story of every uncle now days after limits on WhatsApp forwards," said a user.
Sir, over 60 scientists have released a press statement that bats don't spread COVID-19. I've had bats visit, switch off lights and fans, they find their way out. Bats are amazing and important ecologically, and a lot of researchers are working on dispelling myths about them. pic.twitter.com/kwVT4KC33Q— Bijal Vachharajani (@bijal_v) April 26, 2020
On the work front, Big B will next be seen in films like "Chehre", Gulabo Sitabo", Brahmastra" and "Jhund".
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