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US writer 'roots' for Urvashi Rautela after she copy-pastes his tweet on 'Parasite'

New York-based author JP Brammer recently tweeted about 'Parasite', clueless that Indian model-turned-actress Urvashi Rautela would copy-paste his tweet (without correcting his grammar). Probably taking a dig at her, he shared an image of their same tweets and wrote, "I'm rooting for her,"

Soon after Brammer pointed out that there was grammatical error in his tweet, which wasn't even corrected by Urvashi. “Why didn’t she at least correct the grammar, um my bad grammar?? is part of the vibe??? wow (sic),” he questioned.

The tweet which had been copy-pasted read, "One thing I really love about @ParasiteMovie is that rather than depict (ing) the fam (ily) as scammers pretending to be good at their jobs, they actually do their jobs flawlessly! what they lack isn’t skill, but institutional stamps of approval & the bows and ribbons that rich people love (sic).”

This, however, is not the first time Urvashi Rautela pulled off such a thing. When Prime Minister Narendra Modi had tweeted, "The news of @AzmiShabana Ji’s injury in an accident is distressing. I pray for her quick recovery," on January 18, the actress copy-pasted the tweet on January 19. Addressing her 'rumours', Urvashi had copy-pasted supermodel Gigi Hadid's Instagram post and was called out for the same publicly too.