A recent photograph of Prime Minister Narendra Modi meditating at a cave in Kedarnath took the internet by storm. It was raining jokes and memes on Twitter. And now, Twinkle Khanna who is known for often taking potshots at the government, uploaded a picture of her meditating. While it was unclear which ‘spiritual images’ she categorically was referring to, it seems that it was inclined towards a certain leader (PM Modi)
Taking a dig at PM Modi’s viral picture, here’s what she wrote.
“Folks please sign up-After seeing so many spiritual images in the last few days-I am now starting a series of workshops ‘Meditation Photography-Poses and Angles’ I have a feeling after wedding photography this is going to be the next big thing 🙂 #AJokeADayMayKeepJillSane” [sic]
Twinkle has often criticised the government in her blogs and on social media, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is very much aware of the same.
Twinkle Khanna’s husband and actor Akshay Kumar recently hit headlines over his Canadian citizenship.
Setting to rest speculation about his citizenship, actor Akshay Kumar said his aim is to make India a stronger nation even though he holds a Canadian passport.
The actor, who recently made headlines for his “candid and completely non political” chat with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, was the subject of intense speculation about his citizenship after he did not vote in Mumbai on April 29 in the fourth round of the seven-phase polls.
In a statement on his official Twitter handle, the 51-year-old said he had never hidden or denied that he holds a Canadian passport.
“I really don’t understand the unwarranted interest and negativity about my citizenship. I have never hidden or denied that I hold a Canadian passport. It is also equally true that I have not visited Canada in the last seven years,” he said.
“I work in India, and pay all my taxes in India. While all these years, I have never needed to prove my love for India to anyone, I find it disappointing that my citizenship issue is constantly dragged into needless controversy, a matter that is personal, legal, non-political, and of no consequence to others,” he added.
Not to forget in one of her blogs for TOI, Twinkle Khanna had once written, “Around the world, April Fools’ Day comes once a year, but we Indians celebrate it every day, we just call it achhe din.
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