Propaganda or Nationalism: From the ban of PUBG to launch of FAU-G confused every gamers
Two days after the ban on PUBG, Akshay Kumar launched FAU-G arises many questions and doubts. 'Poster Toh Original Banwa Lo' trends on the internet
Two days after the ban of PUBG Mobile game, Akshay Kumar launched an Indian alternative of PUBG game called FAU-G. India’s move towards becoming AtmaNirbhar.
Supporting PM @narendramodi’s AtmaNirbhar movement, proud to present an action game,Fearless And United-Guards FAU-G. Besides entertainment, players will also learn about the sacrifices of our soldiers. 20% of the net revenue generated will be donated to @BharatKeVeer Trust #FAUG pic.twitter.com/Q1HLFB5hPt
— Akshay Kumar (@akshaykumar) September 4, 2020
The problem arises when even the poster was not original, it was taken from a Shutterstock image. The picture is reportedly credited to an artist named PHET THAI.
In a few seconds, social media was full of criticism about FAU-G. lets check few tweets!!
— John Quarantine (@ambar_hitman) September 4, 2020
Name is stolen from another game.
Idea is also stolen from another game.
— Pranay Malviya 🇮🇳 (@UrPranayMalviya) September 4, 2020
— Naijil (@naijilnj) September 4, 2020
#Maggi was banned to get Ramdev’s noodles enter Indian Market
Then Modi shouts every now and then to Foreign Investors –
“Invest In India”
— Mukesh Mittal (@hallagullaboy) September 6, 2020
— Shoaib Chauhan (@mr_memer_2801) September 6, 2020
— A bunch of crook (@Abunchofcrook) September 6, 2020
— Rahul Bajaj (@RahulBa39972567) September 6, 2020
— Prateek Thakare (@prateek_thakare) September 5, 2020