After Arvind Kejriwal, it’s time for Venkaiah Naidu to ‘review’ Bolly flicks


Salman Khan’s Sultan opened to a bumper Box Office collection on Friday and his fans were left incredibly impressed with Bhai’s acting prowess coupled with the entertainment quotient.

Some Twitter may have been ‘disappointed’ on not receiving the Twitter review of Sultan from Delhi chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal. The AAP leader enjoys visiting cinemas with his cabinet and party colleagues before tweeting his views on movies. This has often come good topics of social media conversation.

But the Delhi chief minister wasn’t missed by movie buffs altogether as, this time, they had a new politician reviewer in union minister Venkaiah Naidu.

Naidu, now entrusted with Information & Broadcasting ministry, tweeted on Friday, ” I rarely go to movies. Yesterday being a holiday, grand daughter Sushma took me to Salman Khan’s starrer Sultan. Picture was good and entertaining. The rural life of Haryana is depicted well and also focused on wrestling which will inspire youngsters.”

Given how serious the business of politics has become in India, politicians such as Kejriwal and Naidu ‘reviewing’ Bolly flicks comes as a refreshing change.

There were plenty of users on Twitter comparing Naidu with Kejriwal. Others felt that the Delhi chief minister now had a competitor in the union minister.

Here are some reactions;

Prateek Shukla: After Joining I&B even u hv started giving reviews ? @narendramodi shld note

Vendantam: Lo, @ArvindKejriwal bhai, you have competition now!! Hey @RajeevMasand your job at risk mate! Competition hotting from unexpected quarters!

Abhishek Jain : We don’t trust your review, we are waiting for authentic review by our @ArvindKejriwal

Panduranga Pai: sir, why are you reviewing films? We have a CM specially elected for that job

Pradeep Soraganvi : Are sirji aap bhi review dena shuru kar denge to bechare @ArvindKejriwal ji to berojgar ho jayenge aisa mat kijiye please.


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