VIDEO: M And M Chairman sharing this WhatsApp gag is every Indian uncle EVER

When Anand Mahindra, chairman of Mahindra group, crack jokes, the well-known personality appears to be no different from our seniors, who are figuring their ways around latest cellular phones.

Anand Mahindra posted a small video recording on his Twitter handle, which he discovered in his “WhatsApp wonderbox”.

He also stated that how he trusts the application program to pop up humorous respite giving content during a tiring day.

The video recording sheds light to a girl’s ‘Musically’ effort, in which a female performs like an airline service representative, getting a call from someone who wishes to get acquainted with the extent of reaching Amritsar by plane.

As the world annoyed over violation of user records on social platform Facebook, M&M Chairman Anand Mahindra tweeted, "Beginning to wonder if it’s time to consider having our own social networking company that is very widely owned & professionally managed & willingly regulated. Any relevant Indian start-ups out there? If any young teams have such plans I’d like to see if I can assist with seed capital."

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In addition, Mahindra has listed 5 major takeaways that include

  1. Across the board, sturdy demand recovery apart from urban, premium property.
  2. Sturdy liquidity amongst customers, particularly in rustic regions.
  3. Production capacitances lengthened.
  4. Domestic tourism rising sturdily.
  5. IT firms have made a healthy changeover to digital.

Indian off-roader Mahindra Thar has been utilized by megastar Rajnikanth as his 'chariot' in his forthcoming film Kaala and with endorsements and placards out there is no better attention for Thar to stay in almost each and every picture with the megastar himself.

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Anand Mahindra's tweet said, "What I saw first thing this morning on the front page of the newspaper.. No need for much comment. The Thar is honoured to be the chosen chariot. In the forthcoming movie 'Kaala', The actor (Rajnikanth) glorifies the colour black as the symbol of the honest poor. Will this be India's 'Black Panther' moment?”

by Vijay Singh | Sat, May 19 - 03:17 PM

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