“Buffoon masquerading as journalist”: Zee News anchor faces public ridicule for schooling Bengali guest on Rabindranath Thakur’s name

Hindi news channel ‘Zee News’ anchor Aman Chopra has been trolled on social media. Actually, anchor Aman Chopra objected to a Bengali panelist calling Rabindranath a ‘Thakur’ during a TV debate on Zee News, saying that his correct name is Rabindranath Tagore, not Thakur. After this, the debate started about ‘Tagore’ and ‘Thakur’ on social media and trending ‘Thakur’ on Twitter. At the same time, the anchors are being trolled fiercely.

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During the debate on the TV channel, anchor Aman Chopra tells the panelist, “Take the name properly. You do not even know the name. Rabindranath Tagore is not Rabindranath Tagore. Lije at least from the name. ” To this, the panelist also responded to the anchor and said, “No, sir, his name is Rabindranath Thakur. Tagore used to speak British. His name is Rabindranath Thakur. “

But even then, anchor Aman Chopra, instead of admitting his mistake, said to the panelist, “You don’t have any copyright on Gurudev (Rabindranath Thakur).” They belong to everyone, they are not just a little of you. “

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This video of this piece of debate is now becoming very viral on social media. Everyone is commenting on this according to their information. Users are trolling the anchor of Zee News.

One user wrote, “Aman Chopra first get a little information and then speak. Gurudev’s real name was Rabindranath Thakur, his father’s name was Devendranath Thakur. And yes, do not hurt people’s feelings by insulting Bengal on the basis of half incomplete information. “

Another user wrote, “It takes a lot of courage to teach a Bengali about Gurudev Rabindranath Thakur.” Another user wrote, Aman Chopra, will you give Bengali knowledge about Rabindranath Thakur? ” Similarly, many users are giving their reactions to this video.

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