Aakash Chopra Told Harsha Bhogle “You Might Be Next” After Air India Blocked Him On Twitter

On Wednesday, popular commentator Harsha Bhogle took to his Twitter and slammed the airline company ‘Air India’ after his flight was delayed by four hours. In his Tweet, he also revealed how the visitors from overseas were waiting for over 5 hours and were not even offered water.

In a series of Tweets, Harsha Bhogle further slammed how the services provided by ‘Air India’ was letting down the country’s image in the eyes of overseas. Harsha Bhogle wrote:

You have to hand it to @airindiain. Everytime I fly, they find another reason to tell me not to. 4 hours late already and no clue about when, if at all, it will take off. Overseas visitors here for 5 hours without a bottle of water offered. We find many ways of letting India down”

Here, check out the Tweet:

In another tweet, Harsha Bhogle explained how the poor services provided by these companies are the reason behind why more tourists don’t visit India and he also claimed how ‘Air India’ treated the visitors very badly. He wrote:

And we wonder why more tourists don’t come. We keep them waiting for their flight to Dharamshala for hours with no information. @airindiain has treated them very badly. So disappointing.”

Here, check out the Tweet:

Soon his Tweet was flooded with reactions from his followers. Meanwhile, Aakash Chopra also took to his Twitter and shared a screenshot, where he has been blocked by ‘Air India’. Sharing the screenshot he warned Harsha Bhogle that he might be the next. He wrote:

Wow And How and When and WhySmiling. This makes our love for the Maharaja grow manifold. Well played, Air India. Hey ⁦@bhogleharsha⁩, you might be next”

Here, check out Aakash Chopra’s Tweet:

Well, this isn’t the first time that Aakash Chopra has criticized ‘Air India’. A few months ago, Aakash Chopra had taken to his Twitter to slam the airlines for the delay in flight. Here, check out the Tweet:

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