Rahul Bose’s Viral Video on Banana Bill Prompts Taj Hotels to Offer Free Fruits to the Guests, Twitterati Lauds the Move
Taj Hotels Offer Free Fruits to the Guests (Photo Credits: @RahulBose1/ @deepakshenoy/ Twitter)

Rahul Bose’s viral video complaining about Chandigarh’s JW Marriott charging ridiculously Rs 442 for two bananas have surely triggered a lot of debates online. While netizens slammed the five-star hotel, the state’s excise team investigation into an “illegal and exorbitant charge of GST” have worsened it more. At the moment, JW Marriott is facing countless backlash and mercilessly trolled online. Now another move has added to the hotel’s worries. Mumbai’s Taj Hotels, seems to take a jibe on Marriott and netizens are liking the move. A guest residing at the Santa Cruz’s Taj, shared a picture of the Hotel’s message that fruits will be delivered as complimentary. As expected, Twitterati lauded the move, sharing the screenshots along with the slogan, “Wah Taj.” Twitterati Share Their Hilarious ‘Rahul Bose Moment’. 

“Meanwhile, in the land of trolling JW Marriott...,” twitter user captioned Taj’s message for their guests. “We would be delighted to serve seasonal fresh whole fruits with our compliments. Please call in room dining to place your request,” reads the message. The tweet gained a lot of reactions. Some even started using the phrase, “Wah Taj,” that is a popular slogan for promoting the Indian Tea brand, Taj Mahal.

Here's the Viral Tweet:

Twitter Lauds the Move

Wah Taj!

LOL

However, looking at the viral reactions, Taj Hotels clarified that, ever since its launch in Santa Cruz, it has always been a standard rule to serve fruits as complementary to the guests.

Here's the Tweet

Twitter sure had fun trolling JW Marriott a bit more. Meanwhile, a probe has been initiated by Chandigarh Deputy Commissioner and Excise and Taxation Commissioner Mandip Singh Brar. He ordered an investigation into the “illegal and exorbitant charge of GST” by the five-star hotel on two fresh bananas. If found guilty, the JW Marriott will reportedly have to face legal consequences.