Disha Patani trolled for 'copy-pasting' gaffe while sharing promotional content on Instagram
Actress Disha Patani was massively trolled on social media for a mistake in the caption of a promotional video on Instagram
A supposed 'copy-pasting' gaffe has made Disha Patani the subject of massive trolling.
The actress had been selected to promote the upcoming series of Samsung on her Instagram. The actress obliged, and shared the video on her Instagram page, but made a copy-pasting error while uploading the promotional video. The actress apparently copied the instruction that the brand gave for the video and posted it as is as the caption.
The caption read as following, "Hey - final video is here. Will mail you the high res video in something so please use that as the final video to be uploaded. Caption below"
Despite the quick deletion of the Instagram post, the faux-pas became viral and Patani's actions drew sharp reactions from Twitterati.
— Tamil Deadpool (@tamildeadpool) January 22, 2019
.@DishPatani would soon be looking for a new social media agency. Interested applicants please prepare your resume. PS: @SamsungMobileIN is going through a rough patch. Quit social for sometime, maybe. #SamsungMobile #DishaPatani pic.twitter.com/sawaYlVH0e — Yathartha Sharma (@shree_maan) January 22, 2019
— (@OfficialSukesh) January 23, 2019
A similar incident occurred with Urvashi Rautela as well a few months back, when she was accused of copying Gigi Hadid's caption verbatim. Later, she fired her PR team and apologised for the same on social media.
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