Bollywood films have fans not only in India, but people all around the world go head over heels crazy about our actors and films. But looks like Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Mithun Chakraborty starrer Genius has become a subject of joke and trolls for the neighboring country Pakistan. Be it fictional or real, filmmakers try to bring in real life instances and places in the movies but without good research, it can go wrong on many levels. The same thing has happened with Bollywood film Genious which is getting trolled by the Pakistani audience for using Pakitan’s popular Arfa technology park, which is an IT building, as that of the country’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI).
A Pakistani computer scientist and academic Umar Saif tweeted out the mistake along with the snippet of the movie. “Arfa technology park making waves beyond borders. P.S. Bollywood needs better script writers,” read the tweet.
Arfa technology park making waves beyond borders.— Umar Saif (@umarsaif) September 18, 2018
P.S. Bollywood needs better script writers. pic.twitter.com/vCeff7GYSj
In no time, other other people joined and said ‘Bollywood needs better script writers’. Here are some of the tweets-
Hahahahahaha. ISI headquarters. Aman, what kind of weapons are you guys keeping there? 😂— Khansa Idrees (@KhansaIdrees) September 18, 2018
So Arfa Kareem Software Technology Park got the headquarters of ISI too. Lmao!— Muhammad Arshad Mukhtar (@Muhamma07815324) September 18, 2018
Lol. Umar Saif ISI Chief😂😂— Shahid Iqbal (@shahid_iqbal452) September 18, 2018
Ha ha. 😃— Zeshanawan_ (@Zeshanawan03) September 18, 2018
Sir, congratulations on becoming ISI Chief.
More funnier is that the building is shown to be in Islamabad, its not the script writer but the movie editor that is responsible for such obvious blunder.— Yasir Wattoo 🇵🇰 (@yasirwattu) September 18, 2018
sir when and how u shifted your building in Islamabad??? 😳😳— Angry Bird 🐓 (@angrybird674) September 18, 2018
It must be in Guinness Book of World Record. 🤪🤓
They must have had hard time finding a sky rise in Pakistan.— Faisal Masood (@fmasood101) September 18, 2018