Disha Patani, the actress is a huge Instagram star and is always active on sharing her most dynamic pictures. But recently something astonishing happened with her or we can say Disha has made an eccentric mistake on social media for which social media users are making fun of her for her offbeat mistake.
As we know Social media has emerged out as a powerful tool and platform for the organization to promote their product. The biggest firms used platforms like Instagram, Facebook, and Whatsapp for marketing purpose and actress Disha Patani is one of the favorite stars in terms of business promotion.
Currently, she was promoting a mobile brand but a strange peculiar happening made her a mockery element on social media. For promotion caption on the post or pictures are considered to be one of the important factors and the actress made a mistake in this crucial segment, She shared a video for the promotion of the leading mobile brand and completely copied the email with the caption on the post.
Check out the post here:
The caption reads as, “Hey – the final video is here. Will mail you the high res video in something so please use that as the final video to be uploaded. Caption below.”
And seeing her post, Twitter users cannot stop themselves in pinpointing her mistake, see their reaction:
disha patani is an advertising agency nightmare pic.twitter.com/mlu6gkhure
— n (@themdavesaves) January 22, 2019
— Pulkit (@the_joker306) January 23, 2019
Lol ! She is directionless ( Disha pata-nahi )!
— sidharth (@sidharthcr) January 22, 2019
Her name says it all… “Disha Pata ni”
— VishaLL Kalwani (@IamVishaLL) January 22, 2019
The full promotional video was shared by the actress on her official account.
And the caption reads as, “I’M SO KICKED. Thanks to the Ultra Wide Camera in Samsung Galaxy M Series, I can go as wide with my yoga poses as I want and take the complete picture. Want to know more? Go to Samsung India and click on the link in their bio to get notified. Launch announcement on the 28th Jan on Amazon at 6 PM. Stay tuned.”