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#ShameOnKaranJohar is the new trends on Twitter, Know why?

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The Microblogging site- Twitter has a new trend called #ShameOnKaranJohar seen today. All thanks to the fans of Shah Rukh Khan who lost their temper when they saw Karan Johar liking a tweet made on Kesari, which carried out abuses for King Khan. Kesari starring Akshay Kumar has been doing well at the box office and most of the critics have given higher ratings. As per reports, a Twitter handle called Mannu Yadav seen comparing Kesari with Shah Rukh Khan’s film Zero and said how the film is far better than the said SRK film.

Soon we saw the hashtag – #ShameOnKaranJohar started trending high on Twitter and on the social media as well. The fans of SRK liked how Karan Johar has liked a tweet that has compared Khan’s film with the other. However, he soon liked his mistake and unliked the same. But the tweet soon got viral when Karan Johar has liked it on Twitter. The fans of SRK had taken the screenshot of the same and then they shared in bulk making things really viral in the social media.

As Karan Johar is a good friend of Shah Rukh, it has shocked many, which further made the SRK fans go wild making the above said Hashtag called Shameon Karan Johar went viral in the media. The fans are in no mood to accept the fact that it was done mistakenly. The fans also claimed that how SRK and KJo hav been good friends and have worked together to give the best of the films like Kal Ho Na Ho, Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gum, Kuch Kuch sizzlinga Hai to name a few, Thus the fans of SRK have gone wild over this issue making this hashtag to trend on Twitter.

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