Shashi Tharoor explains ‘viral video' with Supriya Sule

By Tasso Konia
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Shashi Tharoor, a Congress MP, has reacted to his viral video with Supriya Sule in the Lok Sabha, which has become top-tier meme content on social media. Farooq Abdullah was presenting his speech inside the Lok Sabha when Nationalist Congress Party Supriya Sule and Shashi Tharoor engaged in what appeared to be a profoundly interesting discussion, as shown in the video. Shashi Tharoor leaned in to hear what Supriya Sule was saying.

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— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) April 7, 2022

The video has generated several memes, as well as a reply from Shashi Tharoor, who enjoys social media sparring. Shashi Tharoor resolved all those who had been enjoying the 'expense of' his and Supriya Sule's exchange, clarifying that the NCP MP was asking him a policy question because she was about to speak next, and he leaned over to hear her because they did not want to disturb Farooq Abdullah, who was speaking at the time. "Kuch to log kahenge," the Congress Member of Parliament said, tagging Supriya Sule.

"For all those who've been enjoying themselves at @supriyaSule's &my expense over our brief exchange in the Lok Sabha, she was asking me a policy question because she was about to speak next. She was speaking slowly so as not to disturb FarooqSahib, so I leaned over to hear her," Tharoor tweeted after meme-makers had a field day.

The most widely circulated meme was the one with the song Srivalli from Allu Arjun's Pushpa: The Rise — in the background.

It was a great speech by Farooq Abdullah. Must listen for everyone. @ShashiTharoor pic.twitter.com/STQe0yulxG

— Farrago Abdullah (@abdullah_0mar) April 6, 2022

Many social media users expressed their keenness to know not what Farooq Abdullah was saying but what Shashi Tharoor and Supriya Sule were discussing.

The Congress MP often finds himself in the midst of social media discussion. His photo with the women MPs had stirred controversy as he captioned it saying, "Who says the Lok Sabha isn't an attractive place to work?" While his choice of the word 'attractive' had drawn flak, he said it was done in good humour to show workplace camaraderie.

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