Part time writer and full time reality show judge Chetan Bhagat is no stranger to controversies.
Bhai ki kismat hi kuch aisi hai ki no matter what he does, he ends up getting taught a lesson by the Twitterati.
As was seen recently when he was reprimanded for a grammatical error.
It so happened that Mr. Bhagat decided to have a little poll on his Twitter timeline.
However, in the process, he ended up making a little error.
Did you ever, as an Indian, saw the Taj as a ‘Muslim’ monument (as @washingtonpost is saying it’s being neglected because it is Muslim)— Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat) October 4, 2017
Did you get it? LOL, it’s okay if you didn’t. Did you ever saw the Taj. Now did you get it?
Well, the Twitterati sure did. And proceeded to give him some lessons Wren & Martin style.
Did saw? Did? Saw? My kid laughed out loud.— Roflindian (@Roflindian) October 5, 2017
For a guy who claims to be a writer in English, that’s some really bad grammar!— ❤SoM❤ (@crazy4fawad) October 4, 2017
see*— Vaidehi Murthy (@ButVai) October 4, 2017
See Saw— Sameer Khan (@SamKhan999) October 4, 2017
The writer (no pun intended) soon sent out a clarification tweet in which he blamed his phone for the grammatical mishap.
Rrrrright, ahem, the phone.
Yes I apologise for the phone autocorrect typo. Though I think everyone did get the point. Oh, btw it is Come On! Not Common! https://t.co/3aWSIAzMsi— Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat) October 6, 2017
Well, love him or hate him, but you cannot ignore the fact that the man is a sport.