BJP and Congress’ war to rule India has taken a social turn with their wars on Twitter. BJP tweeted the trailer of #TheAcidentalPrimeMinister with a caption that invited backlash.
Riveting tale of how a family held the country to ransom for 10 long years. Was Dr Singh just a regent who was holding on to the PM’s chair till the time heir was ready? Watch the official trailer of #TheAccidentalPrimeMinister, based on an insider’s account, releasing on 11 Jan! pic.twitter.com/ToliKa8xaH
— BJP (@BJP4India) December 27, 2018
Verbal taunts during speeches while addressing the general public, has become a traditional way of putting down one another. The new way is an aggressive tweet, insulting the opposing party.
Politicians have forgotten that, to win over people’s heart, you should care about the citizens and work towards developing the country and not throw petty taunts.
Riding high on the #InstagramUpdate trend and bashing, Congress used the opportunity to throw a taunt at BJP.
— Congress (@INCIndia) December 28, 2018
The government is trying to divert people’s attention to the opposing party’s faults to cover up theirs. Several discrepancies in various government systems, corruption, social taboos and issues, crime rates and others in the list that is longer than the road from Colaba to Kolkatta and no significant change proves that both parties talk a lot of shit but don’t back it all up.
The Accidental Prime Minister, a biographical political film, based on the controversial book has become a weapon for BJP to use against congress. Twitter users called out their bullshit by bashing them for executing such a spiteful promotional technique. Honestly, there can be no better time to release this movie.
Politics has become a negative term in the wake of such instances. Political Parties are “brands” promoting themselves for the sake of their own profit and not the country’s. The law has become baseless and the judicial system is a joke, while politicians suck every drop of blood in the citizens’ body to fill their stomach.
Kudos to these citizens for criticizing such a boneless move.
By officially endorsing films like “Uri, The Surgical Strike” and “The Accidental Prime Minister,” the ruling party is giving an impression that these films are sponsored by it and timed with Loksabha elections. Not sure, who gives the BJP such brilliant advices! Disastrous.
— Sonam Mahajan (@AsYouNotWish) December 28, 2018
BJP has always succeeded in deflecting the common man's attention from the real problems.
But this move of bringing a tax cut in movies and showcasing movies that defame the left (Accidental Prime Minister) and glorify the right (Uri) is so despicable.
— Sreejata Gupta (@JataMangeshkar) December 28, 2018
BJP promoting a commercial movie to belittle a man who never faltered in his duties to the nation in various capacities,that too to build a case for Modi who failed to control riots as a CM and put the whole nation through hardship by Demonitization as PM. https://t.co/L6QAtMR8go
— Priyanka Gandhi (@WithPGV) December 28, 2018
BJP is celebrating the release of Accidental Prime minister. The real celebrations are when India gets to know what kind of vile woman Sonia gandhi is and fake Gandhi's clans are sent to jail for leading the biggest loot of india after britishers. #TheAccidentalPrimeMinister
— LOKESH.M (@mlokesh54) December 28, 2018
Bjp just want to show you the difference between accidental and actual prime minister , for this you have to watch this movie and learned from the 4.5 year period of our pm narendra modi . How pm should look, like and act.
— radheshwar sharma (@radheshwar) December 28, 2018
This cake will give another 5 years term to Accidental Prime Minister.
And BJP will be busy in making sequels….
— Sandhish Singh (@sandhishsingh) December 28, 2018
"The Accidental Prime Minister" will be a litmus test for the champions of
tolerance and freedom of expression.#TheAccidentalPrimeMinister @MSinghBJP @ManojTiwariMP @Punitspeaks @siddharthanbjp @BNJhaBJP @Nishad_BJP ????
— Abhishek Sharma (@BJPM4A) December 28, 2018
Too much excitement always proves to be detrimental. The accidental prime minister, as a film, would have anyway excelled, owning to its brilliant cast and performances. By endorsing it, the BJP has politicised it, thereby reducing its impact. The kid responsible got to be fired.
— Sonam Mahajan (@AsYouNotWish) December 28, 2018
BJP’s next film production after The Accidental Prime Minister will be The Intentional Crime Minister. Featuring Amit Shah and Modi as India’s political Billa-Ranga
— IndiaExplained (@IndiaExplained) December 28, 2018
It seems, RSS/BJP has event calendar of Congress in front of them and according to that only they launch their products. Today Accidental Prime Minister has been launched on foundation day of Congress.GREAT.#AccidentalPrimeMinister pic.twitter.com/Kvdjy3DcdU
— Vikas Bapurao Pakhiddey (@vbpakhiddey) December 28, 2018
Watched the offensive trailer of "The Accidental Prime Minister". The movie starring the husband of a BJP MP( Anupam Kher) and the son of a former deceased BJP MP (Akshay Khanna) hasn't failed 2 malign the image of Sonia Gandhiji and the Gandhi family.
— Shahwar khan (@Shahwar1509) December 27, 2018
Manmohan Singh's former media advisor Mr Pachauri called #TheAccidentalPrimeMinister and the timing of its release ahead of 2019 elections as nothing but BJP's election strategy. He also termed the story as Bulls***.https://t.co/PHVuORaz0q
— Pulkit Chaturvedi (@pulkit87007) December 28, 2018
Believe me, URI and The Accidental Prime Minister releasing on 11th January will will set the mood of election 2019 in favour of #BJP @BJP4India@BJPLive @AmitShah @AmitShahOffice#MasterStroke#AnupamKher#UriTheSurgicalStrike #TheAccidentalPrimeMinister
— Arunaksh Bhandari (@My7RCR) December 27, 2018
trailer of The Accidental Prime Minister got released ,Congress wants to ban the movie in madhya pradesh.Meanwhile many movies showing hindus and hinduism in bad light, promoting love jihad, not even one of the 10+ BJP state governments had the balls to say anything against it
— Rana Chatterjee (@RanaCha96744691) December 28, 2018
— Keertti Kaustuv (@KeerttiKaustuv) December 27, 2018
What do you think of the approach our political parties are taking to promote their agenda?