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Suniel Shetty responds hilariously to a Twitter user who misidentifies him as Ajay Devgn in a Vimal ad: ‘Chashma Badal le’

Suniel Shetty

Suniel Shetty got into a Twitter spat with a fan who mistaken him for Ajay Devgn.

Following the recent outcry over Akshay Kumar’s appearance in advertising for a tobacco-based product, a Twitter user protested the hoarding of the same advertisement, which also included Ajay Devgn, Shah Rukh Khan, and Akshay. He described how marketing encourages consumers to purchase goods. In response to the post, another user retweeted it and tagged Suniel Shetty rather than Ajay Devgn. The user dubbed the three the “Gutka Kings of India.” Suniel Shetty was aroused by the tweet and had a humorous answer for the user.

Suniel Shetty responded to the tweet with, “Bhai Thu Apna chashma adjust Kar le ya Badal de (Brother, either adjust your glasses or have your eyes tested).”

Recognizing his error, the Twitter user apologized to Suniel Shetty and claimed to be a fan of his. “Hello, @SunielVShetty, and good day.” Thank you for your understanding; it was just mislabeled and I didn’t want to insult you. Much love, Bhai “It should be (@ajaydevgn) as I am your fan your name ups always first in tag,” Suniel responded with a folded-hand emoji.

Akshay Kumar faced controversy earlier this year for advertising a pan masala brand. The actor apologized to his followers and said that their response had “seriously impacted” him.

I appreciate your thoughts, especially in light of my relationship with Vimal Elaichi, even though I have not and will not advocate for tobacco.” In the spirit of humility, I take a step back. I’ve chosen to donate my whole endorsement money to a deserving charity. The brand may continue to display the advertisements until the end of the legally binding contract, but I vow to be exceedingly cautious in making future decisions. As a thank you, he promised to “always beg for your love and wishes.”

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