When Arnab Goswami Called Sunny Deol, Sunny Leone…
Lok Sabha Election Result 2019 is almost here and Editor-in-chief of Republic TV, Arnab Goswami has probably made the funniest blunder of his life. He goofed up and accidentally called Sunny Deol as Sunny Leone and netizens have not stop trolling him since then.
On one hand the nation awaits to find out who’d win the world’s largest democratic elections, on the other hand the former adult star Sunny Leone started trending on Twitter.
Here’s the video clip:
The diva herself took to Twitter asking:
Goswami went Live on his channel while mediating a debate about BJP candidate Sunny Deol from Gurdaspur in Punjab. Instead of saying Deol he said, “Sunny Leone…Sunny Deol is leading from Gurdaspur”.
After this Arnab was mercilessly trolled by the Twitterati. On the other hand, the Jism 2 actress seems to have found it hilarious and asked, “Leading by How many votes ????
Check out some of the trolls:
Meanwhile, Sunny Deol has made his debut in politics this year and so far won over 54 percent of the votes against Congress’ Sunil Jakhar in the Gurdaspur constituency. He is contesting against Congress leader Sunil Jakhar and is leading with 21,000 votes in his constituency. While campaigning earlier the actor said, “I do not know much about issues like Balakot strikes or India’s relations with Pakistan. I am here to serve people; if I win maybe I will have an opinion, right now I don’t,” The Live Mirror reported.
The report further reads, “Mr Deol is contesting against senior Congress leader Sunil Jakhar. Another big contender for the seat is the Aam Aadmi Party’s Peter Masih. In the 2014 general election, the AAP won four seats from Punjab, out of 13. The Gurdaspur seat has been a BJP stronghold, represented by actor-turned-politician Vinod Khanna in 1998, 1999, 2004 and 2014. After his death, there was speculation that his wife Kavita Khanna would be nominated from the seat. After the announcement of Sunny Deol’s candidacy, she expressed her disappointment, but later reconciled with the party, but made her reservations clear.”