Poorna Swaraj: The indirect mockery of the Indian Government by Kunal Kamra

Amidst the entire comedian’s spree of criticising Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a video shared on his YouTube channel has garnered all the attention.

Poorna Swaraj: The indirect mockery of the Indian Government by Kunal Kamra Poorna Swaraj: The indirect mockery of the Indian Government by Kunal Kamra Source : Press


Kunal Kamra isn't a new name to all his fans that follow his Podcast 'Shut up ya Kunal'. No doubt Kunal has his own style of delivering his thoughts in the most convincing way with a dash of satire. We all know that the Lok Sabha Elections of 2019 is not a cakewalk. The blame game has already started and amidst the entire comedian's spree of criticising Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a video shared on his YouTube channel has garnered all the attention.


The very first comment in the comments section is a clarification by Kunal that the song and the video do not belong to him. "Me and PeeingHuman have nothing to do with this except really wanting to post this brilliant song by RollsRoy's. Go follow Sumit Roy and his band and his everyone in the video team and thank them for letting us release it here. Also, don't vote for Modi" read his comment.


So, the song is all about the "sentiments of a broken nation separated by religions and the hesitations." The core word Poorna Swaraj questions the vulnerability of the current Indian Government which has failed to fulfill the common man's needs. The entire video highlights the attempt to silence the dissenting voice.


Not only this, the video takes a jibe at the unfulfilled promises by the Indian Government under the name of acchhe din. It also raises some serious issues prevailing in the country like women safety and others. The satirical jibe at the think tanks of BJP is not to be missed though. And then comes the Swachh Bharat with "Naaro mein hi sach hai, baate teri aswacch hai."


Well, this is not the first time Kunal has shared any Anti-Government thoughts, earlier his tweets created a stir on the internet which said: "Don't vote for modi."


These videos are acting as an eye opener for the entire generation of Indians including the millennial. It will be interesting to see that will these questions get answered by the Government or will they be ignored like always?


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