So, there’s this actor guy, Prakash Raj, who recently found himself in the middle of a Twitter storm because of his Chandrayaan-3 post. Yeah, people weren’t exactly throwing him virtual confetti for it. But hold up, he wasn’t about to let the trolls get away with it. Nope, he stepped up and laid out his side of the story, bold as brass, stating he was just trying to drop a joke bomb. Well, folks on the internet had a mixtape of reactions to that, and let’s just say it’s like a buffet – a little bit of everything.
Now, Prakash Raj didn’t hold back, he put his thoughts out there like a no-nonsense boss. He typed, “You know what they say, hate only breeds hate. I was just reminiscing about the good old #Armstrong times, giving a shoutout to our Kerala Chaiwala. But seriously, which Chaiwala were those trolls even looking at? If a joke sails over your head, then the joke’s on you. Time to grow up, folks! #justasking.”
Responses came flooding in like a virtual wave. Some guy popped into the comment section, throwing shade with, “Oh, so now you’re doing the twist and shout after the backlash, huh? Nice one, Prakash.” Another person chimed in, asking, “Why the sudden urge to spill the beans? You feeling the heat?” But there was this one person who went, “You said it just right, sir!”
Okay, so here’s the lowdown: it all kicked off on a Sunday when our actor-turned-politician buddy decided to share a funny picture. It had this dude rocking a vest and lungi, playing tea master on the Moon – yeah, you heard me, the Moon! The caption went, “Hold on tight, breaking news! First tea pic from the Moon, thanks to #VikramLander. Wowww, talk about taking a sip on the moonlight.”
Now, if you’re into space stuff, you might know that Chandrayaan-3, ISRO’s pride and joy, is out to make India’s mark in the lunar history books. These folks are on a mission, aiming to stick a flawless landing on the Moon’s southern turf, all set for a Wednesday soirée. Right now, Vikram Lander is like a kid on a swing, right above the Moon’s South Pole. Latest scoop is, it’s window shopping for a cozy landing spot.
India’s got stars in its eyes with this Chandrayaan-3 mission. The whole shebang is about becoming the fourth nation on this big blue ball to nail this lunar gig. Yup, we’re talking about joining the ranks of the big shots like the US, Russia, and China – moonwalkers of the world!
Guess what? This is India’s third lunar love affair, and it’s their second shot at making a super smooth touchdown on the Moon’s surface. Way back in 2019, Chandrayaan-2 was the talk of the town, all set for the same touchdown, but, well, let’s just say it didn’t stick the landing.
So, get this: back in January 2020, Chandrayaan-3 got its ticket to ride. They were all geared up to launch in 2021, but then, bam, COVID-19 happened and dropped a ton of delays on everyone’s parade.
But guess what? The space show went on, and on July 14, Chandrayaan-3 blasted off from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre, looking all fancy and ready to rock. Word on the street is, it’s planning to have a cozy cup of tea – I mean, a gentle landing – on the Moon’s surface on August 23.
And hey, even Kareena Kapoor joined the cosmic chat! She was all excited, saying, “Hey, it’s like a big deal for India and all of us Indians are on the edge of our seats. My boys and I are all set for the cosmic show!”
So there you have it, folks – space, tea, and the moon, all rolled into one spectacular Indian saga! 🚀🌕