Rahul Bose in shock after being charged Rs 442 for 2 bananas
Chandigarh: What is the highest price you have paid for a pair of bananas? Could be Rs 12 or maximum Rs 20 probably. Calm down, because actor Rahul Bose was charged more than Rs 400 for two bananas and he doesn’t seem to be happy.
The actor has expressed shock over the price of the fruit which he had ordered after his workout session at a five star hotel here.
Rahul on Tuesday took to Twitter and posted a video in which he is seen explaining how he was charged Rs 442 (including GST) for two bananas. The bananas were grandly listed as “fruit platter” in the bill.
“You have to see this to believe it. Who said fruit wasn’t harmful to your existence? Ask the wonderful folks at JW Marriott Chandigarh,” the “Chameli” actor, who is currently shooting here, captioned the video, adding “bananas are just too good for me”.
You have to see this to believe it. Who said fruit wasn’t harmful to your existence? Ask the wonderful folks at @JWMarriottChd #goingbananas #howtogetfitandgobroke #potassiumforkings pic.twitter.com/SNJvecHvZB
— Rahul Bose (@RahulBose1) July 22, 2019
Soon, Twitterati left hilarious comments for his video.
One user commented: “Gold plated bananas.”
gold plated Bananas ?
— કડક ચા कडक चहा வலுவான தேநீர் (@KadakChaa) July 22, 2019
Another one wrote: “They must have made special gold infused banana for celebrities…. for them to cost Rs 442.50.”
Rahul be like pic.twitter.com/056xngddOq
— Abu Talha (@WolverineT41148) July 23, 2019
Its not just banana..its called ullu Banana..?
— SOUMYA RANJAN (@soumya_tweet) July 23, 2019
Jitna gst diya gya itne me 1dozen Banana aajae
— prashant sinha (@prashubxr) July 23, 2019
You made a mistake dude…
Should have asked it in hindi..
Kela milega Kela..
They might have charged you less ????
— Divider Jignesh Mawali (Unofficial) (@jigneshmawaalee) July 22, 2019
— Sundar G (@radnus1987) July 24, 2019
Ha ha .. I had plain simple Maggie once when I was staying ..
INR 564 – just simple boiled Maggie
— alpha D (@amitdas0608) July 22, 2019
(With Agency inputs)