The handwritten note, addressed to "Darling Papa", has Abhishek inquiring about his father's well being, stressing about his prayer so that his father smiles, and hopes that the actor will be home soon.
So, what started with adding some colourful clothes on him in the iconic pose, has now led to full on photoshop battle online. While a few went overboard and gave it a colourful twist using a prism, others swapped his bat with everyday items, from mosquito bats to a mop.
Children's Day, which is called Bal Diwas in Hindi, became all about hair-related jokes. Many shared photos of Anil Kapoor, Sunny Deol and other hirstute stars from the from 80s and 90s while wishing people.
“When I grow up, I hope the world’s trees can walk or fly. The land could be cleared so easily without making them die. There would be so little deforestation and humans can just ask the trees and their friends to move to another place,” the artist said.
Netizens took to Twitter to poke fun at the star sharing juxtaposed pictures of Snow and Khan. Others slammed the makers for ripping off popular posters and said were disappointed how Bollywood lack originality.
The parody invite curated by popular comedian Akshar Pathak, talks about wedding between "Sharma ji ka ladka" and "Verma ji ka ladki" and takes a jibe at recent craze of wedding hashtag, which in this case is #ShaVerma.
Sanjay Leela Bhansali's upcoming film 'Padmaavat', that is all set to release on January 25 underwent another edit. In the official video of the song 'Ghoomar', Deepika Padukone's attire was tweaked and her midriff, which was earlier on display was covered-up.