Chandrayaan 3 film: On the memorable date of August 23rd, something incredible happened in the realm of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). Chandrayaan-3, the spacecraft India sent to the moon, accomplished a jaw-dropping feat by making a flawless touchdown on the southern pole of the lunar surface. It was like hitting a cosmic bullseye!
Hold on tight, because the clock struck 18:04 hours, and there it was – a picture-perfect landing. Can you imagine the joy? Imagine the cheer, the applause, the electric energy reverberating through the ground station. It was like a stadium roar, but in space lingo.
Guess what? India just engraved its name in the cosmic history books as the very first nation to nail a moon landing right on the southern pole. But wait, there’s more! This mission wasn’t all serious business. It had its fair share of hilarious moments, and hold onto your space helmets because the British media had an absolute meltdown over India’s achievement. Think of a mix between shock, awe, and a splash of envy. It was like someone handed them a cosmic ice cream cone that melted all over their headlines!
Remember those hilarious jokes about Akshay Kumar turning every story into a movie? Well, brace yourselves because life just took a cinematic twist! Jagan Shakti, the mastermind behind “Mission Mangal,” has raised his hand high and claimed the director’s chair for a film centered on triumph of Chandrayaan 3. Can you guess who’s likely to don the spacesuit as the lead? Yes, you got it – the Khiladi himself!
And then, enter the stage with a confident stride – the Congress party. Always ready to snatch a piece of the credit pie, they stepped up as if they were the scriptwriters of ISRO’s success story. It’s like they believe ISRO exists because of the “Grand Old Party.” Even Karan Johar might be left in awe of their thirst for recognition!
But hold onto your space helmets because the showstopper moment was delivered by none other than the British media. Apparently, some folks across the pond couldn’t stomach the fact that India had scored a cosmic victory. Still wrestling with their colonial hangover, these Brits took a jab at our success and labeled us as “beggars who don’t deserve their benevolence.” Ouch!
One of the British voices echoing this outdated perspective belongs to none other than GB News’ Patrick Christys. Clearly residing in a bubble of self-centeredness and questionable opinions, Christys went on a rant against India and even insisted that Britain should recall the 2.3 Billion Pounds it had apparently sent our way since 2016. Here’s the kicker: GB News’ post about the UK’s supposed aid to India received a solid “fact-check” badge from Community Notes, with a note that the claims were a tad misleading.
And it’s not just Christys. Nigel Farage, another presenter on GB News, picked up the same tune, claiming that the UK had been doling out aid to India. Hold up, Farage! No one really asked for that. He boldly stated, “I don’t think we should be giving a penny of your money in foreign aid to a country with enough resources to land on the moon!” But hey, Nigel, did anyone ask for your opinion on donating?
'I don't think we should be giving a penny of your money in foreign aid to a country that has enough resources to land on the moon!'@Nigel_Farage reacts to India landing a craft on the south pole of the moon and asks whether the UK should still be sending them foreign aid. pic.twitter.com/efgZmD5ymR
So, there you have it – from memes turned into blockbusters, to politicians seeking the limelight, topped off with some British media drama. This real-life saga has all the elements of a blockbuster movie, complete with humor, politics, and a touch of colonial nostalgia. Who would’ve thought that a successful moon landing could trigger such a cosmic cascade of entertainment? Stay tuned for more, because the universe always has surprises in store!
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