Instead of writing a long answer, Anand Mahindra gave a clever answer with a picture of a miniature Mahindra Tar sold on Amazon.
Anand Mahindra, Chairman of Mahindra Group, is known for his high activity on the microblogging site Twitter. It delights network users with its witty answers and interesting videos. He also helps those in need and even promotes young talents. Best of all, he does it almost every day. But he often deals with some nonsense. His response to such tweets divides you.
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Anand Mahindra’s clever response to nonsensical tweets
Earlier this month, Anand Mahindra’s response to a tweet asking about the date of the 2022 release of Mahindra Scorpio N caused laughter among netizens. And now in the new episode, his answer to a Twitter user asking for a Mahindra car for only 10,000 rupees smiles at his ingenuity. On May 16, the business tycoon congratulated the Indian team on winning the Thomas Cup and even shared a lesson from Kidambi Srikant. He tweeted: “Here’s a great addition to the #mondaythoughts game. According to him, the title of the Thomas Cup was simply “Glaze for the cake.” This team experience was a real prize! Awesome. Let’s remember this; In business and in life. “
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Responding to Anand Mahindra’s tweets, one Raj Srivastava asked the chairman of the Mahindra Group if he could build a car for 10,000 rupees. It is clear that it is impossible to build a car for less than 10,000 rupees, and the question of Srivastava does not make sense. But instead of giving a long answer and explaining that it is impossible to build a car for such a small amount, Mahindra shared a picture of the miniature Mahindra Tar. He wrote: “We did even better; He made one of up to 1.5 thousand. “
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Not surprisingly, Twitterati was divided when he saw the rude answer to a very stupid question.