Arshad Warsi thanks Salman Khan for 'inventing' cycle, social media schools him

Arshad Warsi will be seen on the silver screen in the fourth instalment of Golmaal series Golmaal Again. The film will release on October 6

Salman Khan launched his Being Human electric bicycle under the Being Human Foundation couple of months back. And actor Arshad Warsi has got one for himself now. He seems to be enjoying his bicycle ride to the core but fumbled with his words while sharing his excitement on social media. Arshad took to micro blogging site Twitter and thanked Salman for it. He captioned the image as “Thank you @BeingSalmanKhan for this fabulous invention…”. But got trolled for his word selection while thanking the latter.

As soon as Arshad shared the photos on Twitter, the social media trolls mocked him. And said that he was way excited and happy to care about caption of the photo. The Twitterati schooled him and reminded who was the inventor of the bicycle.

Earlier, Salman had gifted Being Human electric bicycle to Shah Rukh Khan and his kids as a token of a gift. The price of the cycle will start from Rs 40,000 and go all up to Rs 57,000. The design of the bikes has been customised keeping in mind that they will cater to all the age groups.

Also read: Salman Khan advises people to drive safe, Twitter calls it a ‘perfect example of irony’

Arshad Warsi tweeted:

Here’s how Twitter schooled Arshad Warsi about his word selection:

On the work front, Arshad will be seen on the silver screen in the fourth instalment of Golmaal series Golmaal Again. The film also features Ajay Devgn, Shreyas Talpade, Kunal Kemmu, Johnny Lever, Tusshar Kapoor, Parineeti Chopra, Tabu and Neil Nitin Mukesh this time.The Rohit Shetty directorial is scheduled to hit the theatres on October 6.

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