The internet has become a meme fest for Pakistani social media users after a new movie trailer dropped online. The upcoming Indian film releasing in cinemas soon offers a blatant attempt to target Pakistan once again. Featuring Hrithik Roshan, Deepika Padukone, and Anil Kapoor the movie follows the story of an Indian fighter pilot who after his lifelong dream gets recruited into the Indian Air Force. While Pakistanis have the least interest in what the movie has to offer, the sarcasm by the Pakistani audience towards this *cinematic masterpiece* is undeniably hilarious.
The response section of the tweet was bombarded by both Indians and Pakistanis where Indians were openly displaying their superiority complex and Pakistanis were shutting them down one response at a time.
Before we head to the reactions, here’s the trailer in case you have missed it.
— TYAGI-HR (@ReturnTyagi) January 15, 2024
Twitter Reacts To The Upcoming Indian Film
As Indians channeled their aggression openly towards Pakistan, the repetitive genre has left the audiences shaking their heads. Mentioning Pakistan as a terrorist state in Indian movies has been a longstanding theme for Indian movies and safe to say the state is still trapped in the same mindset.
Here are some of the most hilarious responses from the Twitter thread below.
I was expecting Abhinandan's appearance in the movie 😂
— Sajid Ali Khan (@Sajidd_aly) January 15, 2024
what would you guys do without us. Obsession level is unreal
— نور (@shutupnoor_) January 15, 2024
The only way to get a hit film
Pakistan k bagher to inki movies bhi hit nahi hoti ab 🌝
— Mehreen (@MehreenZaidii) January 15, 2024
Only in movies 🤣🤣🤣 asal Mai Tu khuch nhi kr sakhtay indians 🤣🤣 Pakistan Zindabad
— Areej Ikram (@AreejIkram38899) January 15, 2024
While Pakistanis agree with the Indian mindset, they also noted the fact that India is without a doubt obsessed with Pakistan and the obsession isn’t going to die down at least for the foreseeable future.
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