James Bond meme shared by Anand Mahindra to lift your “Monday Blues”

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James Bond meme shared by Anand Mahindra to lift your "Monday Blues"

Anand Mahindra, an industrialist, is well-known for being active on social media. He frequently tweets and offers inspirational content with his 9.9 million Twitter followers. Today, his internet fans received a James Bond meme that will help them get over the Monday blues.
A meme is portraying Daniel Craig as sanskari James Bond was posted by the chairman of the Mahindra Group. The James Bond theme tune, Skyfall, is included in the background music in an Indianized rendition. “to make your Monday more fun. The meme brigade has revived this three-year-old meme. Now that Bond has a new boss—or should I say new “Baap,” it makes more sense. “As part of his Monday Motivation article, Anand Mahindra said.

The “sanskari” James Bond was adored online, and people reacted furiously to it. Daniel Craig looks excellent with those mustaches, and Bhasma Tilak is much better than our Bollywood males, a user commented.

“Brightened my day. I hope there is a complete version to put all divas in disgrace,” another person said.

The third user said, “Paan Martini would be the drink of choice. Sir, time to send some of the Mahindra SUVs to our desi bond.”

Freshly, Mr. Mahindra visited a recently inaugurated temple in Dubai and tweeted about his experience.

“I lastly paid a visit to the magnificent, expertly run new Temple in Jebel Ali, Dubai. Even a statue of Shri Shirdi Sai Baba is there there. “While posting a picture of himself in front of the shrine, Mr. Mahindra remarked in the post.

Tweet by Mr. Mahindra instantly gained popularity. More than 37,000 people liked it, and over 1,300 people retweeted it.

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