Diwali, Rakhi And Digvijay #Twitter Trends

Posted on November 13, 2012 in Indian Youth On Twitter

By Shivangi Singh:

Happy Diwali folks! Here are top Twitter wishes (Celebrity of course!):

Actor and Comedian Paresh Rawal– “Let me formally announce that I hv started accepting Diwali gifts by CASH, CHEQUES & CREDIT CARD. Avoid tomorrow’s rush. Send now. Happy Diwali”

Bollywood Director Sujoy Ghosh: “its that time of the year when i get to throw around HAPPY DIWALI and no can say anything back to me. plan impeccable.”

Pakistan’s noted journalist, Hassan Nisar: “Happy Diwali to all my fellow Pakistanis. You are as much a part of Pakistan as I am or anyone else is.”

TV Anchor Joe Morrison: “Happy Diwali to all fans of football and my followers (don’t set fire to the house!!)”

Actor Gaurav Kapoor: “This Diwali, give something to someone less privileged than you. Anything, big or small, as long as it brings a smile. Happy Diwali.”

Rakhi Sawant hates being compared with Arvind Kejriwal. She hit back on Digvijaya Singh for calling her so, even threatened to file a defamation case and hence, started one hot Twitter war. Have a look:

Digvijaya Singh: “Arvind Kejriwal is like Rakhi Sawant . They both try and expose but with no substance. Apologies to Rakhi Sawant I am an old fan of hers !”

@fakingnews: “Internet Bindu – an online vamp. No, not Rakhi Sawant.”

@madhukishwar: “Salute Rakhi Sawant for filing defamation complaint against Digvijay Singh. Disappointing that her outrage not taken seriously by TV anchors”

@ash_k_dube: “WHen Rakhi Sawant can ‘sue’ Diggi & congis for ‘defamation’ we r assured that they have met ‘right’ intellectual match! :P”

Journalist Kranti Sambhav: “Ramesh !!!!!! Suresh!!!!! ” Digvijay Has Attacked My Noble Character: Rakhi Sawant”

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