The first royal bath of the Haridwar Kumbh Mela took place on Monday 12 April amidst the corona epidemic. On this occasion, lakhs of devotees took a holy dip. The growing crowd of devotees has raised concerns about the outbreak of the corona virus. At the same time, many people are criticizing for the arrival of millions of devotees at the Kumbh Mela. These also include film stars.
Bollywood’s famous producer-director Ram Gopal Varma has also reacted to the ‘Shahi Snan’ of Kumbh Mela. He has expressed his anger at the gathering crowd of millions. Not only this, Ram Gopal Varma compared the crowd gathered at the Kumbh Mela to the congregations gathered in a mosque in Delhi last year. He has expressed his anger on social media.
Ram Gopal Varma
Ram Gopal Varma remains very active on social media. At the same time, through this, he continues to speak impassively on socio-political issues. Ram Gopal Varma has shared two pictures on his official Twitter account. One of these pictures is of the Kumbh Mela in Haridwar, while the other picture is of the people gathered in the mosque of Delhi last year.
Sharing these pictures, Ram Gopal Varma wrote in his tweet, ‘The Delhi Jammat super spreader of March 2020 is like a short film compared to today’s BAHUBALIian KUMBH MELA ..All us Hindus owe an apology to Muslims because they did back then when they dint know and we did this one year after we fully know.’
Ram Gopal Varma, referring to Albert Einstein’s idea in his next tweet, wrote, ‘Kumbh Mela is 2021 on the left and Jamaat 2020 on the right, and the reason for this idiocy only god knows.’
Ram Gopal Varma did not stop here, in his third tweet, while sharing the picture of the crowd gathered at the Kumbh Mela, wrote, ‘What you are seeing is not KUMBH MELA but it’s a CORONA ATOM BOMB ..I wonder who will be made accountable for this VIRAL EXPLOSION.‘
All these tweets of Ram Gopal Varma are becoming increasingly viral on social media. Filmmaker’s fans and all social media users are responding to his tweet. Let us tell you that Haridwar Kumbh Mela has started duly from 1st April. Due to corona infection, this time the Kumbh Mela will last from 1 to 30 April i.e. for 1 month. Under normal circumstances, the Kumbh Mela lasts for four months. This time during the Kumbh Mela period there will be three royal baths and two festival baths.