Karan Johar is among the most followed celebrities on Twitter with 14.1 million followers. Through the day, Karan keeps his followers updated with his ‘look of the day’, behind-the-scenes photos and videos from film sets and news about his upcoming films. He is one of the most proactive celebrities on Twitter, and makes sure he sends his wishes to industry colleagues on their birthdays, and to fans during festivals. However, one tweet from the filmmaker has taken netizens by surprise. It is a cryptic tweet and has piqued the curiosity of many, primarily because it has no context. In the said tweet, Karan questions the nature of silence. And immediately, the Twitterati has come back with responses – some helpful ones while some mocking the mysterious tweet.
Karan Johar posted the tweet on December 30, at around 7.40 pm, and the tweet has already got close to 500 retweets and 4000 likes. The tweet reads: Dear silence…you are continuously disturbed by noise…yet you hold your own! How do you do it?’ This tweet, a day prior to the New Year’s Eve, has made many users curious. While some has asked the filmmaker the reason for the tweet, others came forward with a response to his query. Some others also mocked the filmmaker and his brand of cinema, while some sarcastically said his question is too difficult to comprehend for their small brains.
Check out Karan Johar’s tweet:
Here is how the Twitterati responded:
Users became philosophical:
Sarcasm found its way too:
Ahem ahem, who could this be?
Love and Hate:
Some more philosophical advice:
One of the best responses:
Some mocked his query:
A few days ago, Sidharth Malhotra had also posted a cryptic tweet that said, “I am done”. A lot of Twitter users were very concerned. Messages poured in for the young star from his well-wishers, advising him to stay strong and not give in to the challenges posed by life. However, it later turned out that it was a marketing gimmick for his upcoming film Aiyaari. Is it a similar trick that Sidharth’s mentor Karan is trying to pull off? Or is it simply one of the thoughts that crossed Karan Johar’s mind? Let us know your view in the comments section below.