Dr. Kalam’s death: Anushka Sharma paid tribute to ‘ABJ Abdul Azad’, gets trolled on Twitter

| Tuesday, July 28, 2015 - 18:34
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Anushka Sharma paid tribute to ABJ Abdul Azad

NEW DELHI: Even though several colleagues of this stunning Bollywood actress extended their tributes to the late former President of India, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, it seems that the NH-8 actress; Anushka Sharma could not polish her General Knowledge with that also.

Twitter was flooded with posts related to Dr. Kalam’s death soon after he left for his heavenly abode on Monday evening. This also included celebrities of various industries. However, it was not expected from Virat Kohli’s lover to make such a blunder and to address the name of our former President wrong not once but twice.

Twitterati went chaotic after Anushka Sharma wrote 'ABJ Kalam Azad' instead of APJ Abdul Kalam in her tweet.

“Very sad to hear about the passing of ABJ Kalam Azad. Loss of an inspiring visionary and a wonderful soul. May his soul RIP.” , she tweeted.

Soon after she became a victim of the criticism that she deserved, 27-year-old actress deleted the post and posted another tweet, this time again with a wrong name. In another post she addressed Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam as APJ Kalam Azad and the fact that she did so made it a bit clear that she was not aware a lot about the former President and confused it with the freedom fighter and another Bharat Ratna Maulana Abul Kalam Azad.

However, the ‘PK’ actress in her third attempt ensured to write it correctly. She then posted, “Very sad to hear about the passing of APJ Abdul Kalam . Loss of an inspiring visionary and a wonderful soul .May his soul RIP.”

The blunder comes days after Anushka on Twitter declared that she will tolerate any negativity from her followers anymore.

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