Elon Musk a Bollywood fan? SpaceX owner tweets a GIF from Ranveer Singh song 'Malhari'

Elon Musk's curious tweet even had fans suspecting that the billionaire may venture into investments in Bollywood

FP Staff December 22, 2018 11:33:30 IST
Elon Musk a Bollywood fan? SpaceX owner tweets a GIF from Ranveer Singh song 'Malhari'

The realm of social media has always been a space full of quirks and oddities, the latest being Elon Musk's tweet, which pretty much broke Twitter. Musk, the co-founder of SpaceX and Tesla shared a GIF of Ranveer Singh's 'Malhari' song, coupled with a link to Deepika's 'Mastani' song from Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Bajirao Mastanion the social media platform. The tweet was accompanied by two yellow hearts.

Musk, who is reportedly worth $22 billion, recently revealed plans of developing an underground transport system to combat traffic jams in Los Angeles.

The tweet immediately evoked interesting reactions online with many suspecting Musk's possible investments in the Hindi film industry. Bajirao Mastani marked Bhansali's second collaboration with the Ranveer-Deepika duo after Ram Leela.

The two actors also got married in November. Here are the best reactions to Musk's surprising tweet: 

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