Updated: October 8, 2020 9:58:07 am
US President Donald Trump returned to the White House Monday after a brief stay at a hospital after testing positive for Covid-19. But one video compared footage of his return to the White House with that of Shah Rukh Khan’s entry in 2001 hit Kabhi Khushi Kabhi Gham and had netizens in splits.
In a TikTok going viral across social media platforms, Saloni Nahar (@suhhhloni) shared a video comparing the two videos. The video shows Trump’s official helicopter descending near the White House while the other half of a screen shows the scene where Shah Rukh Khan’s character returns home in the film.
The video which features Nahar asking “Why is this the same thing?” has netizens in splits.
There were plenty of reactions to the video, with some sharing their own versions of the Trump video with music from the Hindi film:
Too good boss 😆😆😆 https://t.co/FomqnPrsbA
— Aman Malik (@PatrakaarPopat) October 7, 2020
Best thing you’ll see today https://t.co/FIhFVejEa9
— Neha Poonia (@NehaPoonia) October 6, 2020
Same energy >>> pic.twitter.com/NTGDkSVluf
— Ishan 🇧🇩 (@I_Ali101) October 6, 2020
Meanwhile, inside. pic.twitter.com/qGJH9Bspa1
— Hari (@harikrishnan_91) October 6, 2020
You can thank me later pic.twitter.com/OYFDDYXXG8
— Think QuestionEvolve (@Maila_Kameez) October 6, 2020
— Lameez (@lameezmajiet) October 6, 2020
So @karanjohar has found his new talent in upcoming movie…..!!! 😂😂😂
— Dhairyasheel Pawar (@DPawarspeaks) October 6, 2020
— The Sports Journalist (TSJ Vlogs) (@rizvitaus) October 6, 2020
Kabhi Covid Kabhi Trump https://t.co/ihwMKv6Vru
— Raden Nurhana 🇲🇾 (@anaharoro) October 7, 2020
Keh diya na? bas, keh diya! https://t.co/ZvGsm1oaNH
— Piyush Jha (@AsliGyaan) October 7, 2020
Trump was criticised on social media after he posed outside the White House without a mask despite being Covid-19 positive. The president, who arrived at the White House on Marine One, was wearing a surgical mask, which he removed for photos on the South Portico steps.
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