Karan Johar, who is in trouble after urging Delhi government, is being trolled on social media

The speed of corona is increasing rapidly across the country. Omicron, a new variant of the corona virus, has now knocked in India, due to which people are also seeing its fear. At the same time, the cases are increasing day by day in Delhi and Mumbai. Due to which the Delhi government has ordered the closure of cinema halls, multiplexes and theaters on 28 December. At the same time, since this order, there has been a stir in the entertainment industry and the multiplex association.

Let us tell you that Karan Johar, a well-known producer of Bollywood, has requested the Delhi government to discuss the reopening of theaters with the new guidelines of Corona by tweeting. At the same time, Karan is being trolled a lot due to this tweet. Karan wrote in his tweet- I urge the Delhi government to give permission to open cinema halls. Now there is a better system of hygiene and social distancing in theaters than before. At the same time, Karan Johar has also tagged Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy CM of Delhi in this tweet.

At the same time, after this tweet of Karan, social media users have started trolling him a lot. One user wrote – There is a fire in the settlement and this is in your fun. With this, another user commented and said- Yes means people put their life and their family’s life at risk to watch your useless movie, This will give you money and they will get sick. At the same time, there are many more such comments that users are constantly making on Karan’s post.

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Shivam Bangwal

Shivam Bangwal is an India-based Entrepreneur. He is the Founder of Successful Startups like Youthistaan, People News Chronicle, Hitchhike TV & Branding Panther. Shivam has done his Master's in Computer Applications.

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