Ranveer Singh Promotes Lakshadweep With Wrong Pic; These Tweets Of Him Went Viral

Ashish Kumar Mishra
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Ranveer Singh Maldives Controversy

Many stars have jumped into the Maldives controversy and are giving their opinion supporting Indian tourism through social media. In this episode, actor Ranveer Singh posted on X account and kept choosing Lakshadweep as a vacation location instead of Maldives. But in this post supporting Lakshadweep, Ranveer put a photo of a place for which he got trolled.

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Ranveer Singh wrote in his post, ‘Let this year 2024 let us discover India and experience our culture. Our country has much to see and explore, including beaches and beauty. Let’s go to India #Exploreindianislands. Let’s see India.’ Regarding this post, Ranveer, a social media user, claimed that the photo used by the actor in this post is not from anywhere else but from Maldives.

Trolled Even After Deleting The Photo

On this post of Ranveer Singh, a user wrote, ‘You are promoting Indian Islands by posting the picture of Maldives. What has happened to you, Ranveer?’ After the user asked this question, Ranveer Singh deleted that photo from his post, but by then, it had gone viral on social media. After deleting the picture, one person wrote, ‘It is too late to delete; the internet always wins.’ Another user wrote- ‘Posted a picture of Maldives and removed it.’

Many Stars Supported The Hashtag Explore Indian Islands

Let us tell you that after PM Modi’s visit to Lakshadweep, a Maldives minister made an objectionable post about him, after which many Bollywood celebs were seen supporting domestic tourism and boycotting Maldives. Many celebrities, including Amitabh Bachchan, Shraddha Kapoor, Varun Dhawan, Salman Khan, Akshay Kumar, Kangana Ranaut, and John Abraham, supported the hashtag Explore Indian Islands.

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