Desis Spot ‘Bulb’ Invented In 1880 In Akshay Kumar’s Marathi Movie Based In The 16th Century

Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar has done a lot of movies, and by a lot, we mean over 100 films in his acting career spanning 3 decades.

 

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And after taking over the Hindi film industry, the actor recently made his Marathi debut with Mahesh Manjrekar’s ‘Vedat Marathe Veer Daudle Saat’.

In this film, the ‘Ram Setu’ actor will be portraying the role of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, the founder of the Maratha Empire.

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Taking to social media, Kumar recently shared a sneak peek of his character from the movie. He is seen walking in his courtroom, dressed like Shivaji Maharaj while trying to exude his attitude and charisma. But towards the end of the video, there was something that bothered people online, just like an elaichi in Biryani.

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In the above video, did you manage to notice the huge chandelier full of lightbulbs? Now, you must be thinking, ‘Toh problem kya hai?’

Well, ideally, this movie is based somewhere between 1630 to 1680, the years when the emperor was born and died. He ruled from 1674 to 1680.

And the light bulb that you see in his darbaar was invented by Thomas Edison in 1880 (200 years later). So, now you know the problem?

Clearly, the makers of the film forgot to do their homework and missed this detail. But, the internet is not as forgiving as we think.

People immediately took to the comments section to highlight this flaw.


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Some people also gave it the meme treatment.

Oops! That’s indeed a grave mistake. Also, remember what we said earlier? The internet never forgets.

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