Lohri, the festival of harvest, is being celebrated in North India today, and the internet has been flooded with wishes from renowned personalities. Celebrities including Shah Rukh Khan, Karan Johar, Anil Kapoor, Suresh Raina, VVS Laxman, Randeep Hooda and Ranveer Brar took to Twitter to wish their fans a Happy Lohri. Therefore, it was no surprise when actor Rishi Kapoor also wished his fans a Happy Lohri. However, Rishi Kapoor is known for his fun, quirky tweets and the simple Lohri wish surprised many. Not one to disappoint, Kapoor followed the first wish with another one, a few hours later. And this one is totally funny and strange, something only Rishi Kapoor can pull off. The tweet and the video accompanying it has left the netizens in splits.
Rishi Kapoor’s tweets are now the stuff of legends, and he made sure his Lohri wish is totally unique. The second tweet says ‘Happy Lohri Shakers and Movers!’ with a smiley, and there is a video accompanying the tweet. This video is totally unrelated to Lohri, and that has caught the attention of the Twitterati. The video is of two boys laughing uncontrollably on what appears to be a vibrating exercise machine. The video of the twins laughing has been dubbed with an audio track on Lohri, and that makes the video even funnier! The tweet has grabbed the attention of the Twitterati and received close to 1600 likes and more than 250 retweets within a few hours of being posted. Happy Lohri 2018: Best Hindi Lohri Messages, Facebook Wishes, Greetings, and SMS For Your Loved Ones
Here is how Rishi Kapoor wished Lohri in the morning:
Here is his second tweet for wishing a happy Lohri:
The Twitterati loved Rishi Kapoor strange yet funny Lohri wish and the post has received close to 100 comments so far. Many responded by saying that this is one of the funniest Lohri wish they have come across. Many users shared a similar viral video of babies on a vibrating machine in the comments section of this tweet. On the work front, the veteran actor will be seen in the movies ‘Mulk’, ‘Manto’ and ‘102 Not Out’ in 2018.