Baba Ramdev has already made his mark in the FMCG sector with ‘Patanjali’ range of products that boast of being ‘Swadeshi.’ Recently, he has ventured into the telecom sector with the launch of SIM Cards which will eventually offer the users with ‘great’ benefits.’ Now, the ‘Yoga guru’ is back again with the new service of swadeshi messaging application called Kimbho. Naturally, Twitterati couldn’t hold their horses and started the trolling saga. Amidst this, a user pointed out something very interesting that will leave you in splits.
Initially, the swadeshi messaging application was available on Google Play Store for the Android users but later taken down for unknown reasons.
Before that, a user pointed out the fact that the image used in the play store is that of a Pakistani actress named Mawra Hocane. However, the tagline read “Ab Bolega Bharat.” Here’s the post:
— Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadejaaaa) May 30, 2018
See the irony of the situation?
Indeed it captured the attention of the Twitterati and they started coming up with hilarious comments. Check them out here:
— Inder Mohan (@inder_mohan) May 30, 2018
Baba ji Ko pata nahi he. Ye unke chamche Ko kaam he. Inko pata nahi Babaji ka photo lagane se v app chalega. Babajii i congratulate you but app Me problems he jald thik Kaare.
— krishna sharma (@krishnasharmaP) May 30, 2018
This is funny
— Blue Cipher (@sumitxblue) May 31, 2018
Everything is perfectly copied from WhatsApp 😂AdvertisementDesi naam se pagal banayega kya
— Dr. Sámmy (@TheDrSammy) May 31, 2018
Irony 🔫 pic.twitter.com/2MLsNUCN7P
— Dr Khushboo 👩🏻⚕️ (@khushikadri) May 30, 2018
Soon, the image was replaced and another user was quick to point that out too. Check it here:
Ye Kiski Photo Hai? 😐 pic.twitter.com/uCt3Wffb2I
— Oggy Billa (@SirOggyBilla) May 30, 2018
As expected, some more trolling followed. Here’s what people wrote:
Lol… Dude! They changed it to some random aunty… Why didn’t you let it be… She is far better looking then this one… And trust me my friend… Beauty has no Nationality.😋😂
— Ankit Raj (@AnkitAwsume) May 31, 2018
First ever eco friendly, Ayurvedic messaging app, but not yet working properly 😂😂
— Chaitanya (@justchintus) May 31, 2018
App disappeared from Play store. I think they are changing the pic after reading your tweet.
— Girish (@Girish8003) May 31, 2018
This swadeshi messaging application is supposed to be a competitor for Whatsapp that has over 200 million users in India.