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Social Humour: Mithun's speech after joining BJP has Twitter in splits

IndiaTimes Monday, 8 March 2021
Addressing a sea of supporters at the Brigade Parade Ground after joining the saffron party, the National Award-winning actor made several remarks that provided enough fodder for netizens to create memes.
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