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Zomato's Twist on Big B's "Horrible Error" Tweet

Hungry for some social media goodness? Check out Zomato's viral post

9 January 2023

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Jayashri Ghorpade

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  • Today, the restaurant aggregator Zomato tweeted about what it considers to be a "horrible

  • The format of Zomato's viral tweet was the same as that used by Bachchan for his own tweets.

  • This has sent the internet into a tizzy.

Zomato, the popular food delivery application, recently shared a hilarious twist on actor Amitabh Bachchan's latest tweet, revealing what they consider a "horrible error" in a witty and quirky post - a signature move for this social media-savvy company.


The formatting of the tweet was done in a similar manner to how Mr Bachchan posts his tweets. The actor is very diligent about numbering his tweets, even though some may consider it a trivial concern.


He always follows this practice religiously. On social media yesterday, "Big B"; apologized to his fans and followers for incorrectly writing "T-number"; on his tweets, calling it a "horrible error" on his part.


Not only did he acknowledge the error, but he also took the initiative to correct it by sending out a follow-up tweet with the correct numbering.

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Taking advantage of the opportunity, Zomato responded on Twitter with the statement that their “tweets saying chai is the best have gone wrong” and that it is also a “horrible error.


A HORRIBLE ERROR! All my Tweets saying chai is the best have gone wrong they should say momos The food delivery service not only mimicked the Tweeting style of Bachchan, but also replicated the way the word apologies; was spelled, making the situation even more intriguing.


The viral tweet has already received 50.9K views and over 700 likes, and netizens have been quick to respond. Have you seen it yet?

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