Akshay Kumar's latest patriotic film, Kesari, has opened in theatres. The movie's release made the actor to post a very amusing picture on his social media. In the picture, we can see Akshay hiding in the bushes, probably because of anxiety regarding a new film release. But what he did not know was that he was providing fodder to the internet for a whole new bunch of memes and jokes. Twitterati took upon the holy task to think of as many jokes on the said picture as possible. From calling the pic a reminder of a Simpsons joke to the potential for another patriotic script, the internet explored various avenues of humour. Kesari Box Office Collection Day 1: Akshay Kumar Starrer Becomes the Biggest Opener of 2019, Beats Ranveer Singh's Gully Boy by Raking in Rs 21.50 Crore.
That is the beauty of the internet. You can put out the purest and the most sacred thoughts out there on any digital platform, and the internet will find a way to ruin it with jokes. Here are the jokes that made Twitter a better place at the expense of Akshay Kumar. Kesari Movie Review: Akshay Kumar’s Tribute to Battle of Saragarhi Is a Wasted Opportunity That Works Only in Parts.
Here is what Akshay originally tweeted:
And here is the internet's interpretation of it
#Kesari has released...
So I'm hiding in the bushes 😉
Catch me if you can in cinemas Worldwide🧡 pic.twitter.com/xH0A7YwuXr
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) March 22, 2019
— ਹਰਿੰਦਰ ਸਿੰਘ ਧਾਲੀਵਾਲ [Mr.Harinder Singh Dhaliwal]🌹 (@TheRomySingh) March 22, 2019
— Ananya ( CSK ❤) (@whoisshe97) March 22, 2019
Crush: I love nature.
— डी.के. (@itsdhruvism) March 22, 2019
Sada bahar rehne wale hi sada hare bhare rehtay hi https://t.co/mTaNN6XjTb
— Baqar Khan (@BaqarKhan19) March 22, 2019
Brown girl: *wears shorts*
Neighbours : pic.twitter.com/MJ7W53moWx
— PooraPahaadi (@SandeshRayal) March 22, 2019
— Bade Chote (@badechote) March 22, 2019
Vegans, when they see someone actually enjoying their food: pic.twitter.com/l4vL43ewPY
— Poonam Khatri (@poonamkhatri) March 22, 2019
When u hear a patriotic film script being discussed at any place. https://t.co/0JWgAtFbEo
— Chowkidar Ajeete Raho Beta!! (@ajeete_raho) March 22, 2019
Me when relatives come to house. https://t.co/Zj47HNOHQm
— वरूण राय 🔱 (@varunvrai) March 22, 2019
Kesari has been directed by Anurag Singh. The movie has been backed by Karan Johar's Dharma Productions. The war drama also stars Parineeti Chopra in a small but impactful role. The retells a tale from the pages of Indian history. It is a fictional account of the Battle of Saragarhi, which saw 21 Sikh soldiers of the British regiment fight against 10,000 Afghan invaders.