These days not only we Indians, but the whole world is praying that ISRO is successful in attempts to restore communication with Vikram Lander that lost communication during its soft landing attempt on Moon’s the South Pole. Meanwhile, here in Bollywood, Munnabhai MBBS: Circuit cum Bollywood Actor Arshad Warsi poked fun at Pakistan. He posted a hilarious video of their ‘rocket’ launch. In this video, a group of men are seen releasing a hot air balloon, shaped like a rocket into the sky.
Arshad compared it to India’s first mission to the moon, and captioned it with some hilarious words that read,
“I had no idea that Pakistan had also launched a rocket.” (sic)
Have a look at his tweet here:
I had no idea that Pakistan had also launched a rocket… pic.twitter.com/9PjiBhK3qO
— Arshad Warsi (@ArshadWarsi) September 9, 2019
This tweet of Arshad left the Twitterati in splits. Some users wrote,
“😂😂.. any idea where it landed?” ‘LOL’
“Its a low cost, eco friendly rocket….india should learn from them about Eco-Rocket technology (sic),”
But a lot of Pakistani social media users were miffed with this act of Arshad and they posted offensive messages on his timeline.
Talking about Chandrayaan 2 mission of ISRO, Vikram lander was expected to make a soft-landing on the moon’s south pole after separating from the orbiter. Followed by rolling out of Pragyan rover from its fetus. If ISRO is able to achieve this feat, then India would be the first nation on earth to do a successful landing on moon’s south pole & fourth nation to achieve a successful landing on the moon.
As per the latest news, ISRO chief: K Sivan was quoted by PTI, that there is still hope as Vikram Lander has a 14 days battery backup giving ISRO, a 14 days window to continue with its efforts to re-establish the communication link with Vikram Lander in the coming 14 days.
On the other hand, a lot of emotional support is pouring in for ISRO from film city Mumbai on social media from celebs like Shahrukh Khan, Anushka Sharma, Amitabh Bachchan, Akshay Kumar & Sonam Kapoor.