Every Insta user knows that as much as the post is important, so is the caption associated with it. Things become even more crucial while you are promoting or endorsing a brand. However, errors can happen anytime, and the recent incident is an epitome of that. Actress Disha Patani recently shared a video via the ‘gram. Apparently, the diva was promoting a mobile phone brand on the platform. Well, we all know that she is a social media influencer after all! The video saw Disha appreciating the cell brand! However, the hawk-eyed netizens noticed a major faux pas in the post (presently deleted), which was indeed related to the caption.
Disha’s caption stared as “Hey – final video is here. Will mail you the high res video in something so please use that as the final video to be uploaded. Caption below”.
The major mistake made in the caption was enough to trigger razor-sharp reactions on Twitter as well. An account named as @themdavesaves was the first Tweep to notice the slip-up labeling as “Disha Patani is an advertising agency nightmare.” See here:
disha patani is an advertising agency nightmare pic.twitter.com/mlu6gkhure
— n (@themdavesaves) January 22, 2019
Other Tweeps also didn’t let the opportunity to let go by and took a dig at Disha. Take a look:
Her name says it all… “Disha Pata ni”
— VishaLL Kalwani (@IamVishaLL) January 22, 2019
Lol ! She is directionless ( Disha pata-nahi )!
— sidharth (@sidharthcr) January 22, 2019
Copy Paste kaise karte hai yeh Disha ko Patani
— LowCash Rahul (@NayaGamer) January 22, 2019
Ctrl C+ Ctrl V isn’t enough to copy. It requires brain too 😂
— Vishesh Arora (@vishesharora19) January 22, 2019
— Tamil Deadpool (@tamildeadpool) January 22, 2019
Copy Paste karne ki sahi Disha Patani
— Vishvesh Mishra (@VishveshMishra) January 23, 2019
Now, if you remember something similar has also happened with Zero actress Anushka Sharma. Twitterati heartlessly roasted the Sui Dhaaga diva when she had promoted Google’s Pixel 2XL apparently from an iPhone. Well, it is common and can happen to anybody, don’t you think?