Bollywood actor Ajay Devgan got trolled on Social media after he made an announcement to make a film on the death of 20 Indian soldiers who were killed during a clash between India and China in the Galwan Valley.
After Ajay Devgan’s announcement, both the Pakistani and Indian social media users not only termed the actor’s idea as ridiculous but also made fun of him by making various comments.
Ashok Swain is an Indian-born academic and professor wrote, “Only Bollywood knows how to make money out of India’s misery!”.
— Ashok Swain (@ashoswai) July 4, 2020
Another user asked, “It will be based on a real and true story or Modi media’s story.”
It will based on real and true story or Modi media’s story ?
— ADFnepal (@A_Jay_FanNepal) July 4, 2020
One of the users wrote, “Why can’t they just release a statement of what happened? Why have to go through a whole movie and pay to know the details? These guys are now profiting of selling nationalism now that the whole country is going to these pseudo nationalists twitter ppl”
Why can't they just release a statement of what happened? Why have to go through a whole movie and pay to know the details?
These guys are now profiting of selling nationalism now that the whole country is going to these pseudo nationalists twitter ppl
— Sunny (@uljhejawaabsa) July 4, 2020
Don't u know what modi said, there is an opportunity in crisis. If necessary pmcares fund will be used for the film, Ajay devgan will complete the film ASAP before Bihar election.
— Krishnarao Ukey (@KrishnaraoUkey) July 4, 2020
Note that 20 Indian soldiers were killed in a clash between Indian and Chinese troops on June 15.
Pictures released by US space technology company Maxar Technologies show Chinese installations along the Galwan Valley.
Nathan Rosser, a satellite data expert at the Australian Institute for Strategic Policy, said the construction showed there was no prospect of a reduction in tensions.
It begins at the confluence of the Galwan and Shyok river and is located east of the confluence of these rivers in the valley, which the two sides formally recognize as the Line of Actual Control.
Twenty Indian soldiers were killed in a clash between Chinese and Indian forces, the deadliest clash between the two countries’ forces in 45 years.
According to experts, the chances of a direct war between the two countries are very low, but it may take some time for tensions to subside.