After Jharkhand education minister became the butt of all jokes on social media for paying homage to former Indian president Dr APJ Abdul Kalam much before he passed away, Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma's misspelt tweet has become a hot topic of discussion on the micro-blogging site since Monday.
While paying her condolence to the Missileman of India on Twitter, the "PK" actress committed embarrassing mistakes: "Very sad to hear about the passing of ABJ Kalam Azad. Loss of an inspiring visionary and a wonderful soul .May his soul RIP."
After Twitterati pointed out the mistakes in her post, the actress deleted it and tweeted again, writing incorrect name yet again. This time she called the legendary as "APJ Kalam Azad".
Anushka could write the name of Kalam correctly only in her third attempt.
Very sad to hear about the passing of APJ Abdul Kalam . Loss of an inspiring visionary and a wonderful soul .May his soul RIP.
— Anushka Sharma (@AnushkaSharma) July 27, 2015
By that time, social media users had taken the screen shots of her bloopers and were shared widely online, following which the actress was trolled for her ignorance.
Ironically, the actress did not correct "the passing of" in any of her tweets.
Meanwhile, former IPS officer and BJP leader Kiran Bedi also angered Twitterati by tweeting "It needed a Vajpayee to identify a Kalam" on Monday.
Check out some online reactions on Anushka Sharma's tweet below:
Congrats @anushkasharma for getting it right in just 3 attempts..great achievement considering Bollywood standards!
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@AnushkaSharma You only focus on VIRAT KOHLI. Shame that it took u 3 attempts to write APJ Abdul Kalam's name properly on twitter.
@AnushkaSharma - Please learn to write Kalam Sir's name properly. U r such a shame. Idk Wat virat saw in u or may be got something from u.
@AnushkaSharma u r unlucky girl of Mother India. Wr r so shamful of u.
@AnushkaSharma If you dont about a person u need not feel sorry for him. Dont be hypocritical. I think u were very much inspired by him