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New Delhi. A man in his 20’s mistook a deodorant ad running on TV as a Bharat Nirman ad, sources tell Faking News.

“You can’t blame me!” said a visibly embarrassed Rahul Singh, “They were showing such surreal images that made an aam aadmi’s life look so easy and enjoyable; I thought it was one of those Bharat Nirman ads.”

Deo ad

The confusing ad

Rahul, who has never been able to impress any girl in his two decades long existence, was impressed when he saw hordes of girls running after a man after the man applied deodorant on his body.

“The message of the ad was – all you needed to change your life was a deodorant – isn’t that similar to Bharat Nirman ads where they show that all that was needed to change the life of a person was a mobile phone? I tell you, they were so similar,” the young man insisted.

Still reeling from this embarrassment, Rahul has demanded that Bharat Nirman ads should compulsively run a disclaimer so that they appear different from other TV ads that propagate exaggerated and deceptive claims.

“They should at least run disclaimers like – performed by trained professionals, don’t try to imitate – when they show poor people fighting with government babus and getting their rights,” Rahul demanded.

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  • Julian Justistox

    Bharat Nirman ads have an educational value and dignified in approach! In juxtaposition,
    “Modi-flying India” and “namonamo” appearstobe a’delirious din”!

    • born2lead

      whatever ! :)

    • blah blah

      lol.. get a life muzzie.

    • VishwaSamrat

      Educational Value !!!! … LoL

    • Its Funny

      lol… this guy is loosing it… its actually fun reading your comment assuming you being sarcastic…
      use of words like dignified and educational, marvelous.. I swear, you should write your views in utmost seriousness. I am sure Faking News would love to host you.

  • Aditya Bajaj

    Bharat seems to be nick name of Rahul baby… that’s why whole of Congress is shouting ‘Ho Raha Bharat Nirmaan’ !

  • Sanjeev

    The killer lines
    “They should at least run disclaimers like – performed by trained professionals, don’t try to imitate – when they show poor people fighting with government babus and getting their rights,” Rahul demanded.

    • Gagan Mahotra

      You Are Right Dude
      Really Killer Lines, But He IS Also Right.
      I Like Your Verdict Rahul ,You Are Absolutely Right.