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‘Another justification for removal of Netflix’: Kunal Kamra on Swara Bhasker’s recent sequel

Kunal Kamra sarcastically announced that Swara’s web sequel was another justification for nation to protest the streaming demon

Mumbai: Comedian Kunal Kamra, who has been receiving inscriptions for his Twitter account  on the Supreme Court, has a cheerful take on Swara Bhasker’s upcoming Netflix series ‘Bhaag Beanie Bhaag’.

What did Kunal Kamra tweet?

ealing the camper of her impending web show on his Twitter handle, Kunal Kamra sarcastically told that Swara’s web ceremony was another intention for people to revolt the streaming monster. His tweet read, “Another motive for #BoycottNetflixIndia,” pursued by giggling emoticons.

Just previously, the anger over a smooching spectacle in Mira Nair’s ‘A Suitable Boy’ was all over the internet, arising in a category of cybercitizen mandating a prohibition on Netflix. The event in problem was tired inside a church and that annoyed a quantity of people as an outcome of which, #BoycottNetflix was trending on Twitter.

Swara Bhasker was sharp to take attention and gave a sporting answer to Kunal Kamra. She cheeped, “Thanks yaa Kamra! Dost hon toh aisey!!!! @NetflixIndia #BhaagBeanieBhaag LOL!”

Dig into Swara and Kunal’s Twitter humor below:

he camper of Netflix India’s modern sequel Bhaag Beanie Bhaag is out, and it shows Swara Bhasker in the lead position. The series attends Beanie, flirted by Swara, who rides away from her marriage to maintain her business as a stand-up clown. The web sequel also shows YouTuber Dolly Singh, American actor Ravi Patel and stand-up comic Varun Thakur.

Bhaag Beanie Bhaag is her fourth trip in the web globe. She has recently occurred in web sequel like It’s Not That Simple, Rasbhari and Flesh. It will begin flowing on Netflix from December 4.

Kunal Kamra is in headlines these days for his contentious tweets criticising the Supreme Court for fast-tracking the earshot of Republic TV Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami’s bail petition. Later Attorney General K.K. Venugopal had consent to eight people, encompassing lawyers, to instigate contempt of court

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