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Catch Akshay and Parineeti’s 1st look Photo on Twitter As Kesari’s Lead Actress

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The internet is never seen to show any mercy especially when we talk about the microblogging site called Twitter. When celebrities and others share their views about their movies and other issues, they are allowed to do so, but the kind of reaction one can find is incredible enough to catch. And this time, we see the famous filmmaker and actor Karan Johar becoming the victim of trolls and online insults and sarcasm when he was seen releasing the first look photos of Akshay Kumar and the gorgeous lady Parineeti Chopra who are the lead actors of his film Kesari. The Twitter simply poured in with loads of messages that would be interesting to catch:Karan Johar Kesri Twitter tweet

Soon we came across the Twitter replying with random pictures, which went like this:
  • A Tweet called Pari as Akshay Kumar biting Dhoni (Sushant) in a picture of the film of Pari and Shushant (Shudh Desi Romance).
  • The other tweet showed the picture of Chief Minister Mr. Kejriwal when he was taking a dip inside Ganga calling Leonardo Di Caprio in Titanic.
  • Kejri and Dr. Vishwas to be called Mallika and Late actor Puri calling the picture to be of the film Dirty Politics.
  • Lastly, we saw the picture Karan Johar applauding getting the message calling Parineeti to be seen wonderful in a beard.
    Karan johar Apologies On Twitter For Kesari
    Karan johar Apologies On Twitter For Kesari
This is just the tip of the iceberg as the Microblogging site has much more to release on the social media platform. So, what you saw was just a glimpse and there was much said and commented about the film. This film Kesari would be the first film of Karan Johar with Akshay Kumar and with such tweets coming from the filmmaker is interesting to see with so many comments and tweets that end up becoming a troll. So, what do you think about the pictures and the tweet by Karan Johar? Don’t forget to comment on the same as under.
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