Wednesday, 15 Aug 2018
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Rahul hugs PM Modi: Rajkummar Rao, Ekta Kapoor react to Rahul Gandhi and hug PM Modi

MUMBAI: Congressman Rahul Gandhi's "jaadu ki jhappi" moment with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in parliament sparked mixed reactions from the Indian Film Association, who praised the "theatrical" one or two comments.

The filmmaker Ananth Mahadevan tweeted:

Gandhi surprised the Lok Sabha on Friday when he bitterly criticized the BJP-led government during the no-confidence motion went over and embraced a reluctant mode. Last but not least, he winked at Modi as well – reminiscent of the Twitter world of actress Priya Prakash Warrier, who became a "national trend" with her mischievous smile and winked in a song from Malayalam's movie "Oru Adaar Love".

Dissatisfied spokesman Sumitra Mahajan pointed out that the Code of Conduct within the House did not endorse Gandhi's behavior, Some Bollywood -Coments questioned what was strange.

Filmmaker Vinod Kapri tweeted:

Composer Vishal Dadlani wrote:

The commercial filmmaker Ram Subramanian said the problem with the Hug be that it was a "compulsion" and sent "the wrong message".

Actor Ranvir Shorey was also not happy with Gandhi's hug with modes ,

Shorey was also annoyed at how the media, which mistrusted Gandhi's embrace, "did not blame him for to turn Parliament into a theater ". ,

For TV Czarina Ekta Kapoor, known for watching some of the most dramatic shows on the Indian small screen, "Hug it out New, sort it out "after Gandhi's appearance.

Actor Rajkummar Rao thought that July 20 could be officially made "Hug Day".

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Twitter's recent move has removed millions of suspicious accounts in its fight against fake new ones Many celebrities, politicians and social media influencers lose followers.

The move has also spared Twitter's own account, as the official social media grip has lost about 12 percent of its total followers – about 7.7 million.

Pictured: Clockwise from top right were Narendra Modi, Amitabh Bachchan and Jack Dorsey among the numerous accounts that saw a decline in the wake.

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