Today, after being roasted on Twitter, AIB comedy group, known for its provocative humour, deleted a post on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. For Investigation the Mumbai police tweeted that post and would be forwarded to the cyber cell.
The group posted an image of PM Modi's lookalike at a railway station along with a photo of the Prime Minister with a Snapchat dog filter, captioned #wanderlust. There was instant outrage.
Accused of insulting the prime minister and hurting the national sentiment, with the criticism the group was bombarded
AIB deleted the post, but the trolling didn't stop.
Tanmay Bhatt, one of the prominent faces of the group, then tweeted his response to the trolling.
The comedy group, known for its audacious videos and provocative humour, was famously charged by the police for obscenity after its roast of actors Ranveer Singh and Arjun Kanpur in 2015.