Elon Musk's Heart Emoji For DeepVeer's 'Bajirao Mastani' Has Legit Broken Twitter

Deepika responded to him with a namaste as thank you

Three years and exactly three days since Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Bajirao Mastani hit the screens, the movie has found a new but high-profile fan, miles away from its country of origin. On Friday, billionaire tech entrepreneur Elon Musk professed his love for Bhansali’s magnum opus, starring Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, through a tweet.

Musk shared the YouTube link to Bajirao Mastani‘s song, ‘Deewani Mastani’ along with a GIF of Ranveer’s foot-tapping song, ‘Malhari’, from the same movie.

This is what he wrote:

On Saturday evening, this is how Deepika Padukone responded to Musk:

It’s only natural that most of India spontaneously fell in love with Musk as soon as his tweet went viral. We want Musk to like Bollywood movies so much that streaming platform Eros Now cleverly replied to his tweet, graciously telling him that the movie was available on their site.

And then there were those who thought this was Musk’s way of tapping into the Indian market:

“Deewani Mastani” was one of the most popular songs from the movie, which went on to win a national award for choreography. Interestingly, Bhansali had composed the music for both “Malhari” and “Deewani Mastani”.