Recently, Bollywood actor Sidharth Malhotra has hit a slug in his career. Not only did his previous movie ‘Thank God’ perform terribly, but Pakistanis are also roasting his upcoming movie ‘Mission Majnu’ like anything.
So why are Pakistanis laughing out loud? Mission Majnu is set in the 1970s and is based on an Indian spy who goes undercover in Pakistan to pass intelligence to his country in regard to a nuclear power program.
According to the filmmakers, it is ‘inspired by true events’ but nonetheless Pakistanis can’t get enough of the trolling. After the trailer dropped, it didn’t take them long to point out the most cliche and obvious mistakes and the awful depiction of the countrymen.
Several social media users also called out Bollywood telling the industry to get over the done-till-death concept of trying to show Pakistan as a terror country and how a 1-man Indian army is able to defeat one of the most powerful armies in the world.
But before we get to the reactions, here’s the trailer:
Nonetheless, here are some golden reactions from netizens who have had enough of ‘Mission Majnu’
Social Media Reactions to Netflix’s ‘Mission Majnu’
Twitter user Sheery has a point here though:
*first day of an Indian spy in Pakistan*
The spy, wearing kajal , a skull cap, checkered scarf in his neck, says “adaab.. kidhar jaa rahe hain janab”
*gets caught* pic.twitter.com/jZ1n2vWneg
— sherry (@CherieDamour_) January 10, 2023
Khadija Abbasi has made a valid point, she writes, ‘According to Bollywood, all Muslim men roam around like this! Surma, gamcha, taweez aur topi are our national assets! And also, anyone who is dressed like this is always an atangwadi! Siddharth Malhotra is now officially the brand embarrassment of propaganda movies.’
According to Bollywood, all muslim men roam around like this! Surma, gamcha, taweez aur topi are our national assets! And also, anyone who is dressed like this is always an atangwadi! Siddharth Malhotra is now officially the brand embarrassment of propaganda movies#MissionMajnu pic.twitter.com/r8svO2ixfF
— Khadija Abbas (@TheKhadijaAbbas) January 10, 2023
Seriously, they just can’t seem to get over us! This user writes ‘Indians and their obsession with Pakistan!!! They are the only nation in the world which can go back in time to change history according to their own fake beliefs in Bollywood movies to ignite hatred between nations. They always use Pakistan to get attention.’
Indians and their obsession with Pakistan!!!🥴
They are the only nation in the world which can go back in time to change the history according to their own fake believes in Bollywood movies to ignite hatred between nations.
They always use Pakistan to get attention.#MissionMajnu pic.twitter.com/iqs7xJau0R
— BILAL AHMAD (@bilaal_ahmad_) January 11, 2023
Whereas others shared their two-cents too
We hear ya sister!
‘Adaab bhaii jaaan. they sending a raw agent to stop Pakistan from attaining nukes the nation that dodged the CIA and even the orbiting satellites wtf bruh’ writer another Twitter user.
— acha•theekhaiyarr | (@brokenbrownkid) January 11, 2023
Mission Majnu failed
Pakistan not only became a nuclear state but also has more warheads than india
— maverick (@tbimaverick) January 11, 2023
— Mir jan Mohammed 🇵🇰🇲🇦 (@jan_rind) January 11, 2023
In the light of yesterday's trolling session self organized by Mission Majnu's trailer for itself, by Pakistani memers, India & Bollywood should take into consideration Pakistani wit before brain storming ideas for their "Patriotic" movies in the future.🤣🤣🤣
— PageNo70 (@PageNo70) January 11, 2023
Bollywood is known for twisting the truth to fit its own story.truth has alwys been manipulated by filmmakers in order to spread propagnda that supports their political ideas.#MissionMajnu is not first and will undoubtdly not be the last film where fabricated reality is presented
— Maheen. (@wannabecopp) January 11, 2023
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