Anand Mahindra's Caption Contest Is Back With 'perfect Weird Picture'

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In the latest addition to the 'Caption This' series by Chairman of Mahindra Group Anand Mahindra, he has on Tuesday tweeted an image of a weird picture of a bus

Written By Navashree Nandini | Mumbai | Updated On:
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In the latest addition to the 'Caption This' series by Chairman of Mahindra Group Anand Mahindra, he has on Tuesday tweeted an image of a weird picture of a bus with headlights and wheels on top too. Mahindra's caption competitions are not only filled with funny pictures and captions but are rewarding as well. Mahindra said that the winner will get a die-cast scale model of a Mahindra vehicle. Within hours of posting his tweet, there were more than 3.4K likes and several comments. 

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Here are some of the responses. While one of them wrote Mahindra upside down, the other called it double-decker. In a rib-tickling comment, a netizen called it 'Indian economy'. There were several who called it an arranged marriage. One of the comment that received traction stated that it is Chandrayaan 3, that is designed to land right always. 

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Mahindra who is active on Twitter had earlier declared that the image sharpness of his Google Pixel (unknown version) camera higher than that of his Apple iPhone X. Mahindra’s tweets regarding this has also now rapidly gone viral with netizens – especially Twitterati coming out with their own version if best smartphone cameras. In his tweet, Mahindra also wonders if Samsung smartphone cameras are even better than both of his Pixel and iPhone X. He also queried if the quality of Samsung phones is better. Mahindra has in the past hosted a number of the caption contest. One of the most hilarious being the following:

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