Exactly 10 days ago Chandrayaan-2's Vikram orbiter lost contact with ISRO and millions of Indian hearts were broken overnight. 


Despite narrowly missing the soft-landing, people poured in support for ISRO and all the brains behind India's quest to the moon. 

ISRO officials sad
Source: Technology Review

Even NASA is ready to launch an orbiter to take photographs of the stranded orbiter in a bid to secure more information for making the necessary contact. 

representation of ISRO's Chandrayaan-2
Source: India Today

But amid all this, the setback was too much for this UP guy, who was apparently depressed after India's unsuccessful attempt. 

According to India Today, a man named Rajnikant (no not our Thalaivar) can be seen climbing a pillar of the New Yamuna Bridge in Prayagraj, along with the Indian flag in a viral video

Man who climbed the pillar with an Indian flag
Source: India Today

The news of India falling short apparently depressed the guy, who then decided to climb the pillar and stay there for hours. 

Soon a huge crowd gathered around the bridge and people were seen making videos of the whole incident.

New Yamuna bridge, Prayagraj
Source: Patrika

After spending near 2 hours, Rajnikant hinted on his public display of emotions by passing a handwritten note to the people standing below. 


The note read: 

Chandrayaan 2 ke Vikram lander ka sampark ISRO se nahi ho jata, tab tak main Chandradev se prarthana karta rahunga. Rajnikant. 
Handwritten note by Rajnikant
Source: India Today

Interestingly, this is not the first time Rajnikant has climbed the pillar on the very same bridge. 


He did the same stunt a few months ago while protesting against environment change and global warming.