Rakesh Roshan trends after Mamta Banerjee’s gaffe while lauding ISRO scientists; netizens share hilarious memes

West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee confused movie director-producer Rakesh Roshan with Indian astronaut Rakesh Sharma, and it impressed netizens for hilarious memefest.

Whereas Indians are rejoicing within the success of Chandrayaan-3’s profitable touchdown on the moon, a clip of West Bengal’s Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee is doing the rounds of the web. After ISRO achieved its milestone with Chandrayaan 3, Mamta congratulated ISRO scientists however goofed up by naming producer, and director Rajesh Roshan as Indian astronaut.

Mamta bought confused with Rajesh Sharma and Rajesh Roshan, and this gaffe went viral on the web. Within the viral clip, Mamta was captured saying, “When final time Rakesh Roshan landed on the Moon, former PM Indira Gandhi requested him how India was wanting from there.” After Chandryaan 3 touched the south pole of the lunar, netizens made Mamta’s speech viral and shared hilarious memes associated to Rakesh and Hrithik Roshan

Here is the video

Quickly after the viral video, Rakesh Roshan and Mamta Banerjee grew to become among the many high developments on Twitter. A netizen wrote, “When final time Rakesh Roshan landed on the moon, Indira requested him how India was wanting from there?”-Mamata Banerjee When did he land on the moon? And u need her to be PM?” One other netizen wrote, “One other PM hopeful with a bundle of information. When Rakesh Roshan landed on the moon Indira Gandhi requested Rakesh Roshan, how is India wanting from there.”

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The Chandrayaan-3 was launched on July 14 and after a month of manoeuvre, the lander has lastly reached its vacation spot and made a historic touchdown on the moon’s floor. Chandrayaan-3 was the third moon mission launched by India with Chandrayaan-1 launched in 2009 and Chandrayaan-2 launched on July 22, 2019. The Vikram Lnader of the Chandrayaan-3 has landed on the completely darkish aspect of the moon. It’s the first time that any nation has achieved the feat.