YouTube video AIBKnockout’s buzz does not seem to settle down. It started with going viral online, and now it is catching up with the fire of criticism and rejection by many who stand against it calling its content obnoxious.
The video now comes with a ‘Content Warning’ on YouTube and people need to verify their age before being able to access it. Maharashtra Culture Minister Vinod Tawde is clearly not entertained by the video and has plans to look into the matter, calling the video as vulgar. Many other communities have risen against the use of blunt language in the video, threating to lodge complaints
And since Twitter has risen as a public discussion forum, people on Twitter are having arguments, whether in favour or against it. The show’s conversations are trending on Twitter, along with attracting a huge audience with mixed opinions.
— Vishakha Saxena (@saxenavishakha) February 3, 2015
An hour of abuse amongst themselves generated 40L for charity! How much is there if we collected Rs 1 for every road rage abuse #AIBRoast
— Sundar Raman (@ramansundar) February 3, 2015
Frankly, the potholes on Mumbai’s roads offend me far more than the AIB roast. — Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat) February 2, 2015
— Newsflicks (@newsflicks) February 2, 2015
— BeingSid (@sid2tweet) February 2, 2015
— Srvn Srrju (@ssarraju) February 1, 2015
AIB National Shame
AIB National Shame Even Anil Kapoor is ANNOYED with AIB http://t.co/SmdmsunqCB
— Tweet News (@INSubcontinent) February 3, 2015
Share this Pic as much as you can AIB National Shame pic.twitter.com/AHjuPqHaQK
— Bajrangi Bhaijaan (@SalmansSoldier) February 2, 2015
Seriously, it’s not cool. They called themselves they represent youth, Indian youth is much more educated then them. AIB National Shame — Biswatosh Sinha (@biswatosh) February 2, 2015
#AIB National Shame is not freedom of expression or media ! It is an expression of perverted depraved minds that endanger social norms!
— Zara_Ali (@4HappyEverAfter) February 2, 2015
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