Someone Sent Anand Mahindra A Picture Of Rickshaw With Mahindra’s Logo And He Gave Such A Beautiful Reply

Anand Mahindra is one of the coolest and down-to-earth industrialists of India. Anand Mahindra is very active on social media, especially on the micro-blogging site Twitter, where he never fails to entertain his fans with his witty replies and hilarious sense of humor.

Recently, Anand Mahindra tweeted about the newly launched ‘Mahindra ride-on tractor’ for kids. In his tweet, he praised a little girl riding her new tractor and also mentioned how he will gift the same to his grandson when he will visit him. He wrote:

It’s finally here. The Mahindra ride-on tractor. Thanks for sharing this Sachin. Your daughter looks as if she’s going to be an expert farmer & tractor driver! Am going to buy one for for my grandson when he visits us soon.”

Here, check out his tweet:

However, a Twitter user tried to troll him by posting a picture of a rickshaw having a logo of Mahindra at its back. Mocking Anand Mahindra on this, the twitter user wrote:

“What any this???😁😁😍”

Here check out his reply:

But Anand Mahindra came up with a classy reply that won everyone’s heart. In his reply, Anand Mahindra wrote how he is thrilled to see this and would like to provide the owner of the rickshaw with new and upgraded forms of mobility as he rises in life. He wrote:

“I suppose you found this funny Neeraj & yes it is, especially since the logo has also been applied upside down! But I’m thrilled, because if a rickshaw driver sees our brand as aspirational, then we will provide him new & upgraded forms of mobility as he ‘Rises’ in life…”

Here, check out his reply:

As expected the fans were in love with his reply and the tweet went viral in no time. People flooded the tweet with amazing reactions to it.

Check out how twitterati reacted on this:


Written by Unnati Madan

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