Actress Urmila Matondkar got trolled for quoting the wrong date of the year when World War 2 ended. The actor-turned-politician was comparing the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) with the British era Rowlatt Act 1919. However, she quoted the wrong year ‘1919’ WW2 and made a big goof-up. World War 2 happened between 1939-1945.
At an event held on the death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, Urmila Matondkar said, “After the end of the Second World War in 1919, the British knew that unrest was spreading in India and that it could increase after the Second World War was over. So, they brought in a law commonly known as the Rowlatt Act.”
In no time, netizens took to their Twitter page to troll the actress. One of the Twitter users wrote, “Shittt! In exam last week, I wrote #WorldWar2 ended in 1945 ,🤦♂️ I guess either my knowledge is too slow or #UrmilaMatondkar’s history is too fast and too furious! 😢”.
Another tweeted, “WW2 ended in 1919.
I always knew the history taught to us was wrong.
Some even compared the actress with Alia Bhatt and Sonakshi Sinha.
Check out the tweets below:
— ishu_with_no_issues👸 (@ishikakapadia) January 31, 2020
— ajay (@naidu_ajay) January 31, 2020
— Ashish 🇮🇳 (@AshishArrows) January 31, 2020
— Third Eye🇮🇳 (@ThirdEy13858731) January 31, 2020
— Utkarsh (@ush96) January 31, 2020
— Aaditya (@aadicastic) January 31, 2020
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