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On Pakistani Twitter, a translation blunder in the movie “Mission Majnu” has gone viral

Bollywood can’t even properly type a basic Urdu text, as if pretending to speak Urdu and wearing kajal around our eyes wasn’t enough.

After the “Mission Majnu” teaser was published, Twitter went into a frenzy, and our users sent us several “chef’s kiss” jokes.

But now, eagle-eyed netizens have found another hilarious reason to keep mocking the film and the abysmal representation it offers of Muslims.
In a viral post by twitter user @karakmufti, a scene from the movie shows a sign in a masjid where the Urdu text is quite absurd.

This led to users trolling the film all over again, like comedian Jeremy McLellan sharing that the makers of the film had relied on Google Translate for the Urdu text.

There were many other hilarious reactions to this translation error that are just too brilliant to miss out.

For instance, another translation error found in the movie.



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