Ekta Kapoor completely changed the fortune of Indian Television and her work in ALT Balaji is appreciable. On her 44th birthday, Ekta Kapoor unveils about an upcoming show named Mission Over Mars. But Twitterati is screaming out loud for the Mission Over Mars new poster goof up.
Yes, Twitterati is going gaga over the social media as they find a goof up in the ALT Balaji’s web series Mission Over Mars’s new poster. Well, this web series is getting influenced by the story of Mangalyaan Mission which was launched on 5 November 2013 by the Indian Space Research Organisation. The web series is also inspired by the women who were the reason for the success of Mangalyaan Mission.
Ekta Kapoor’s upcoming series Mission Over Mars deals with the story of four scientists who were behind the success of the spacecraft launch. The series features Sakshi Tanwar, Mona Singh, Nidhi Singh, and Palomi Ghosh. While sharing the poster on social media, Ekta Kapoor wrote, “This show is on the women who sent the mission on Mars -partly fictional keeping in mind the sacrosanct nature of ISRO.”
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Thankyou very much For all the birthday wishes 💐 I am in a low network area and is difficult to respond to each one of you but I will do so once m back 🙏 Today on my birthday we launch the poster of our new show that we decided to make 2.5 Years ago when I chanced upon this amazing story about women in Indian science. This show is On the women who sent the mission on mars – partly fictional keeping in mind the sacrosanct nature of ISRO. This is by far one of the most inspirational stories I have ever heard After millions of meetings with ISRO and a certain amount of Sacrosanct secrecy that they would like us to maintain We are proud to present this part fiction Part real story that is based on the humongous achievement of all the women behind indian science. Overwhelemed to introduce this campaign and our 4 eclectic actors who will represent the 4 indian women scientist This Show is our tribute to our unsung heroes #M-O-M The story of four women scientists, who take up the extraordinary challenge to successfully complete India's first mission to Mars. #MissionOverMars streaming soon on @altbalaji #ALTBalajiOriginal @shobha9168 @monajsingh @nidhisin #SakshiTanwar @palomighosh #GauravSharma #MohanJoshi @suhaas.ahuja @manumalik1808 @ashishvidyarthi1 @ankurratheeofficial @mickymakhija @bidisha_ghosh_sharma #MrinaliniKhanna #AbhishekRege @pranaymanchanda @manjitsachdev @somenewbits @bansi_bhatia_official @meghannmalik @waikulvinay @endemolshineind
However, the poster showcases the Russian Soyuz launch vehicle with an Indian flag. Well, the Mars Orbiter Mission probe lifted-off from the First Launch Pad at Satish Dhawan Space Centre (Sriharikota Range SHAR), Andhra Pradesh, using a Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) rocket C25.
As soon as the poster is going viral on social media, Twitterati is going gaga over it. Let’s scroll down the tweets
As usual, the idiots who made the poster didn't bother to use an Indian rocket in the picture. Rather they found a Russian rocket and painted the Indian flag on it! When will they learn?
— Adarsh (@adarshmex) June 12, 2019
— Shruti Muralidhar (@polybiotique) June 11, 2019
Why the rocket it displayed was Russian Soyuz rocket not India PSLV-XL that launched the MOM back in 2014 ?
— Rifdzi Ataullah A.M._2.0 (@MRifdzi) June 10, 2019
kinda sad the posters don't even use their own rockets though. wonder why?
— thomas cortellesi 🇦🇶 (@tcortellesi) June 10, 2019