SCARY! Twinkle Khanna shared her ‘freaky’ GHOST encounter; Twitterati came up with BIZARRE solutionshttps://indianexpress.com/article/trending/trending-in-india/twinkle-khanna-ghost-horror-book-signing-twitter-reactions-4928415/

SCARY! Twinkle Khanna shared her ‘freaky’ GHOST encounter; Twitterati came up with BIZARRE solutions

Twinkle Khanna took to Twitter to share a "freaky" incident from her life. While she was at a book-signing event, a man apparently handed her a card that had an expiry card". He also "claimed to be a ghost" and tried to draw a symbol on her forehead. 

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Twinkle Khanna said she was shuddering at that moment. (Source: MrsFunnybones/Twitter)

Known to charm her followers with a pinch of wit and humour in her cheeky posts, Twinkle Khanna has quite a huge fan following on social media. From triple talaq to Karva Chauth she has spoken about relevant social issues on numerous occasions and doesn’t shy away from speaking her mind even if it ruffles a few feathers on Twitter. Recently, the author of Mrs Funnybones and The Legend of Lakshmi Prasand shared a freaky incident from her life on the micro-blogging site. While she was at a book-signing event, a man apparently handed her a card that had an expiry card”. He also “claimed to be a ghost” and tried to draw a symbol on her forehead.

“Freakiest thing at a book-signing-Man handed me a card with his ‘expiry date’claimed to be a ghost & tried to draw a symbol on my forehead!” she wrote. When asked if she was all right now, Khanna replied that she was “shuddering” but thankfully one of the organisers pushed the man away before he could finish what he was doing. “Was shuddering for a bit and one of the organisers pushed his hand away before he could complete the symbol – very eerie!” she wrote in another tweet.

After she posted this, people on social media came forth with their opinions and solutions. While one wrote, “Intriguing. You should’ve called him an UBER,dropping the local graveyard’s pin & sent him away with a signed copy and an oijui board” another wrote “The only way to win with these people is to outweird them – you shd have said, “I am Gandalf the Blonde, you SHALL NOT PASS” *Wiggles pen*”

Here’s how people tried to help her.

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