Updated: June 7, 2021 11:44:09 am
Memes took over social media after the Delhi High Court dismissed Juhi Chawla’s 5G petition and imposed a fine of Rs 20 lakh on the Bollywood actor and two other appellants.
The lawsuit filed by Chawla, Veeresh Malik, and Teena Vachani in the Delhi High Court against the telecom technology up-gradation, trial runs for which have started in India now, stated that the coming of 5G technology would cause adverse effects on “on the health, life, organ or limb of adult, child, whether of the present or future generation(s), or to any living organism, or to flora and fauna”.
Calling it a publicity stunt, the court also stated that the plaintiffs have “abused and misused the process of law” which has resulted in a “waste of judicial time”. Prior to the hearing, the actor had circulated the videoconferencing link of court on her social media accounts which resulted in repeated disruptions of court proceedings.
Soon after the court dismissed the petition, netizens took to social media to troll the actor and shared hilarious memes with some stating that the actor became the first person in India to pay 20 lakhs for 5G without even using it.
Juhi Chawla’s advocate right now: pic.twitter.com/phwf4CBPCv
— Anubhav Kumar Das (@forever_pieces) June 4, 2021
— Shoaib 🇵🇸 (@shoaibb_ak) June 4, 2021
— UmderTamker (@jhampakjhum) June 4, 2021
— Dr. SarcasticBro (@sarcasticbro89) June 4, 2021
— Manoj Tiwari(Parody) (@ManojMujra) June 4, 2021
— Raghav Masoom (@comedibanda) June 4, 2021
— Oxygen 💨 (@WhateverVishal) June 4, 2021
Bechari ….khaya piya kuch nhi glass toda 12 ana😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/F5HrDWDyCI
— Annu 🙆♀️🦋💞💫 (@AnnuBansal12) June 4, 2021
Juhi Chawla becomes the first Indian to pay 20 lakhs for 5g without even using it. 😂😂😂
— Crish Bhatia 🇮🇳 (@BhatiaCrish) June 4, 2021
Not the first time Juhi Chawla fell for a fake news pic.twitter.com/2QpN7nbs95
— Sagar (@sagarcasm) June 4, 2021
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