Saif Ali Khan has done it again! After 'no concept of India until the British came' went viral, the 'Jawaani Jaaneman' actor was seen saying, "This is not even Mumbai, it is Andheri", in a viral video. The actor who was shooting for a show was out with the host Siddhaarth Aalambayan on 'Bombay Journey', and correcting him, Saif said, "Technically you're calling it Bombay, it's now Mumbai, and this is not even Mumbai, this is Andheri."
While some called him an 'elitist' for making that statement and questioned his geographical knowledge, a few defended the actor and gave the reasoning behind 'Mumbai city and Mumbai suburban' being different districts of Maharashtra.
Well, he did use the word "technically", and technically he's correct. And being technically correct is the best kind of correct.— 💫 What's in a name? 💫 (@k0ol1) January 25, 2020
Hahaha history buff. He is lost on Geography too.🤦♂️— Pradeep 🇮🇳 (@MyIndstocks) January 25, 2020
Ye toh Farhan Akhtar ka Javed Akhtar nikla.— Utsav Agarwal (@utsavagarwl) January 24, 2020
People are used to calling both Mumbai city and Mumbai suburban simply mumbai even though they both are different districts of Maharashtra. Listen carefully he started with technically ...— Abhishek Chaudhary (@Abhishek_ch_) January 24, 2020
Actually his history is correct. And for Mumbaikars, Bombay stops at Mahim Causeway. Rest is just suburbs. This is an inside joke only people from Bombay will understand.— TweetInder (@TweetInder) January 25, 2020
Now I am sure you are duffer both in history and geography😂— Surabhi 😍 (@surabhi_sainy) January 25, 2020
Technically he's right. Even in today's time , majority of Mumbaikars from suburbs say " going to Mumbai " when they plan to go to south Mumbai.— shakunt joshipura (@sjoshipura) January 25, 2020
Municipal corporation wise he's obviously wrong where Mumbai is included from Dahisar to Churchgate side.
Andheri is Mumbai suburban so technically he is right.— केसरी (@Rapchandusss) January 24, 2020
The Om Raut-directed period action drama, based on the life of Tanaji Malusare, the military leader of Maratha king Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj's army, opened countrywide on January 10. In a statement, the makers said "Tanhaji..." earned Rs 5.38 crore on Friday that took its collection to a total of Rs 202.83 crore. Ajay took to Twitter to express gratitude to the fans for making his 100th release a "blockbuster hit".
The movie also features Saif Ali Khan as Udaybhan Singh Rathore. Saif thanked Ajay for giving him one of the "best" characters of his career. "So pleased to be a part of such an inspiring and entertaining film. Thank you Ajay for this great part that will go down as one of my very best. God bless Om Raut , kumarji, ADF films and the memory of subedar Tanaji Malusare and Chattrapati Shivaji Maharaj," the actor said in a statement.
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