'Learn VFX': Anurag Kashyap's response to Shefali Vaidya's tweet claiming Aishe Ghosh is faking her injuries
Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap on Friday taunted author Shefali Vaidya over her tweet in which she insinuated that one of the picture of JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh doing the rounds on social media had been fake.
Comparing two photos of Ghosh, who is recovering from injuries in a mob attack on students and faculty of the Jawarhal Nehru University on 5 January, Vaidya said that Ghosh's supporters needed to 'learn continuity'
Kashyap, in response, pointed out that a picture can be horizontally flipped even on a basic mobile phone
Responding to a tweet sent by Shefali Vaidya which claimed that JNUSU president Aishe Ghosh is faking her injuries, filmmaker Anurag Kashyap schooled the author and told her to 'learn VFX.'
Vaidya, comparing two photos of Ghosh — who is recovering from injuries in a mob attack on students and faculty of the Jawarhal Nehru University (JNU) on 5 January — while tagging Anurag Kashyap said, ".... it's a miracle. Aishee Ghosh's [sic] broken hand got healed in a day and got broken again. Couldn't you coach these dingbats in continuity?"
The filmmaker responded by pointing out that a picture can be flipped horizontally even on a basic mobile phone, and demonstrated by tweeting pictures of Vaidya's Twitter profile.
— Anurag Kashyap (@anuragkashyap72) January 10, 2020
Vaidya, later deleting her tweet, said the image had been photoshopped and apologised to all those who retweeted it.
Deleted the previous tweet as I came to know that one image was photoshopped. Apologies to all those who RTd it.
— Shefali Vaidya (@ShefVaidya) January 10, 2020
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