The latest episode of So Sorry is a funny take on Prime Minister Narendra Modi asking for votes presenting his government`s achievement in the last 5 years. The video also shows Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi countering PM Modi.
This edition of So Sorry is a comical take on the Modi 2.0`s pitch for making India a $5 trillion economy by 2024. Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s big pitch for this budget looks past all current economic challenges. Experts agree that for a real shot at this target, India will have to usher in transformative reforms.
As Modi Sarkar 2.0 gears up to present its first budget of its second term, expectations among Indian citizens are already sky high. Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman will present her maiden budget on July 5.
This edition of the So Sorry brings you a comical take on the Budget 2019.
Watch the comical take on Congress dilemma after Rahul Gandhi is adamant on stepping down as the party chief.
Even as Congress leaders urged Rahul Gandhi to continue as the Congress president, he stood firm on his decision step down from tthe position. Rahul Gandhi reportedly said he will not take back his resignation despite Congress leader, including his mother Sonia Gandhi, asking him not to step down.
The last three weeks after the Lok Sabha elections have been quite rough for the opposition, especially for Mamata Didi. In this edition of So Sorry, watch the inside story behind TMC leaders` shifting allegiances to the BJP in West Bengal.
The superstar duo of Narendra Modi and Amit Shah has once again taken the nation by storm. Here they are, the all-conquering duo riding a massive tsunami onto the shores, while their opponents flee for cover.
The blood pressure levels inside the opposition party camps have shot up after the exit poll results. Meanwhile, the BJP camp looks upbeat after the exit polls predicted a more extravagant and sweeping victory for the incumbent party than in 2019. Will the exit polls be proved wrong? Or, will the Modi chariot unfurl its flag once again on May 23rd? Let`s see on May 23rd.
With less than ten days left for counting, all political parties are now busy working out different permutations and combinations, in case the result is not in their favour. The 2019 Lok Sabha elections have been a rollercoaster ride so far that even reputed psephologists have not given the favourites tags to anyone. As we enter the final lap of the election race, one thing is clear- it`s going to be a close photo finish. Watch So Sorry`s take on the elections so far in this video.