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Kamal Nath Posts Holi Photo with Colourful Face and White Kurta, Twitter Calls it 'Staged'

In the photo, Nath can be seen standing in a green background with a multitude of colours on his face. However, many netizens pointed out that his kurta was totally spotless.

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Updated:March 22, 2019, 7:43 PM IST
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Kamal Nath Posts Holi Photo with Colourful Face and White Kurta, Twitter Calls it 'Staged'
In the photo, Nath can be seen standing in a green background with a multitude of colours on his face. However, many netizens pointed out that his kurta was totally spotless.
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Holi, the festival of colours, is also the time for people to upload their best Holi pictures on social media. People often take colourful photos of themselves smeared in gulaal, often smiling cheek to cheek.

Keeping to these modern-day traditions, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath also put up a Holi photo on Twitter. However, the reactions to the photo were not quite as he must have expected.

In the photo, Nath can be seen standing in a green background with a multitude of colours on his face. However, many netizens pointed out that the photo looked staged.




Why?

Many pointed out that though there were many colours, streaking on his face, his kurta was almost spotless. Tweeples wondered how Nath had managed to play so much Holi and yet keep his white clothes spotless, leading many to speculate that the colours on his face were, in fact, staged for the image.

Others commented upon the modern-artsy pattern in which his face was coloured, compared it to the artworks of Mondrian.




















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