Monsoon season has finally hit the country and citizens are enjoying the first showers of the season. With the rainy days comes the urge to binge on spicy Bhajiya and piping hot Samosas paired with imli chutney. However, these monsoon snacks are mostly deep fried and hence loaded with calories. Thus, those who are trying to lose weight generally avoid these heavy snacks. In this context, a recent tweet caught our attention. Actress Raveena Tandon shared a hilarious picture of some monsoon snacks kept on a newspaper, and the irony in the image was a hit online. Take a look:
Actress Raveena Tandon shared the photograph on Twitter, which received 7.7k likes and hundreds of comments and retweets. In the funny picture, there were lots of spicy and crunchy Pakoras and Bhajjiyas. The delicious snacks were served on a page of a newspaper, as is common for street-style snacks and foods. Interestingly, the newspaper featured an article about '11 foods that help in weight loss' on top of which the snacks were kept. How ironic, right?
The hilarious picture by Raveena Tandon garnered a lot of traction online. Users could relate to this dilemma of bingeing on fried food while thinking about calories and weight loss. Several also commented on the irony of the photograph and how well it was captured. Take a look at the reactions:
The irony is uncanny— Mo Zak (@SydZak) July 15, 2021
I wish Pakoray were there in the list!— Omair Alavi (@omair78) July 15, 2021
???????????? It's for weight gain.— LaKssHyA ???????? (@LaksshyaAdvani) July 15, 2021
???? what a coincidence— Er. jayant sonawane (@jayant57) July 15, 2021
What did you think of the ironic picture? Tell us in the comments below.
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