Swara Bhaskar made many funny tweets. (Photo Credits: reallyswara/iamjuhichawla/Instagram)
Juhi Chawla has filed a petition regarding 5G technology. During the online hearing in the court on this matter, when a person started singing songs of Juhi’s films, Swara Bhaskar burst into laughter.
Mumbai : Bollywood actress Juhi Chawla These days, he is in the headlines not because of his films but because of the petition filed against 5G technology. There was a discussion about the damage due to radiation that due to a funny incident, this matter is trending fiercely on social media. In fact, during the virtual hearing in the court of this case, a person started singing famous songs of Juhi’s films. Despite the judge’s refusal, he kept singing songs like ‘Meri Bannon Ki Aayegi Baaraat’, ‘Ghunghat Ki Aad Se’. When Swara Bhaskar saw its video, she could not stop laughing and shared it on Twitter.
Swara Bhaskar made many tweets, not one or two. Putting many laughing emoji on his Twitter, he wrote ‘I love this country!’. A user’s tweet has been shared with its tweet. It reads, ‘A person joined the virtual hearing on Juhi Chawla’s 5G network and started singing the song – Dilbar Ka in the guise of a veil. When he was dropped, he joined again and started singing ‘Lal hotho pe gori kiska naam hai!!’.
In another tweet, Swara Bhaskar wrote, ‘Hahahahahahahahaha! I am starting to love this country a little more! He has tagged a tweet with it, which reads, ‘He joined again and this time started singing – Meri Bannon Ki Aayegi Baraat’. Juhi’s lawyer said- Maybe this person is already troubled by the radiation of 4G.
Apart from this, Swara has also tagged the video. It was written with ‘OMG there is also a video! I can’t tell how much fun I am having watching this!!!!
OMG there is a video! I cannot describe adequately the kinda joy I am experiencing watching this!!!!!!https://t.co/ecPVVIuWlM
— Swara Bhasker (@ReallySwara) June 2, 2021
In fact, Juhi Chawla had asked her fans to join Virtual Hearing by posting a video of her on Instagram and Twitter.