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Bollywood Celebs’ Reaction on PM Modi Hinting to Leave Social Media

The recent post by Narendra Modi the Prime Minister of India has led social media to come out with trends like NoPMModi Don’t Go from Social Media went on trending on the Microblogging site. As we see the people on Twitter getting frenzy over Twitter and other social media platforms, it would be interesting to know what the Bollywood stars felt about him wanting to say Good Bye to Social Media, have a look. But before we check that, let’s check what Modi said in his Tweet about leaving Social Media. As you could have read on the photo shared with this post only, you barely need to know now.

The first to react was Pooja Bedi who said otherwise stating that after his exit, even the social media would be banned for others, have a look at her tweet:

Then came Rangoli Chandel the sister of Kangana Ranaut who remains a top follower of PM Modi, check what she tweeted saying that every bhakt would then unfollow the social media.

The filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri who is an ardent follower of Modi and his party also reacted the following way.  He applauded Modi calling him a leader of vision and mission. He called his announcement to be his masterstoke.

Then came Ranveer Shorey the popular Bollywood actor who also took time to react on Twitter, have a look at it.  Then came Ranveer Shorey the popular Bollywood actor who also took time to react on Twitter, have a look at it.

On the other side, many even felt that he should leave and even took a jibe on his IT cell who manages his promotion saying that they would now go unemployed. Well, what do you say about it do let us know more about it by commenting below.

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