Actor Prakash Raj broke his silence on Twitter after he was criticized by many online for sharing the Chandrayaan-3 post. Explaining the post, the actor strongly responded to the trolls and clarified that he was implying a joke. The internet had mixed reactions to his explanation. Also read: Prakash Raj calls the Kashmir Records meaningless
Prakash Raj on Chandrayaan-3 . post
Prakash Raj wrote, “Hate only sees Hate… I’m referring to a joke from the #Armstrong days… celebrating our Kerala Chaiwala… which of the trolls have seen Chaiwala? If you don’t understand the joke then it’s yours.. BECOME UP #justasking.”
Reacting to Prakash’s obvious explanation, one user wrote in the comments, “Now you screw things up after seeing the backlash. Nice joke, Prakash.” “Why do you feel the need to give an explanation? Are you in trouble? add another one. Someone also said: “Sir, you speak well.”
Prakash Raj . Posts and Controversy
It all started on Sunday when the actor and politician tweeted a cartoon. The cartoon depicts a man in a suit and lungi pouring tea, which he calls “the first picture from the Moon.” Sharing the same, he wrote, “BREAKING NEWS:- The First photo from the Moon by #VikramLander Wowww #justasking.”
The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) Chandrayaan-3 lander aims to make history for India by landing on the moon’s south pole on Wednesday night. After completing de-acceleration maneuvers, the module is believed to be hovering over the Moon’s south pole and searching for potential landing sites according to the latest update.
With Chandrayaan-3, India aims to become the fourth country in the world to achieve this feat. If successful, the country will be on a par with the United States, Russia and China. This is India’s third lunar mission and the second attempt to make a gentle landing on the Moon’s surface. Previously, the lunar mission 2019 – Chandrayaan-2 was launched with a similar purpose. However, it ended unsuccessfully in the final stage.
The development phase of Chandrayaan-3 began in January 2020 with a launch date of around 2021. However, the mission was delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft was launched from the Satish Dhawan Space Center in Sriharikota of Andhra Pradesh on July 14. It is scheduled to land on the lunar surface on August 23, according to the news agency. ANI.
Speaking of the Chandrayaan-3 landing, Kareena Kapoor told ANI, “It’s a great moment for India and a proud moment for all Indians. We are all waiting to see it. I will do it with my boys.”