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Aamir Khan joins Twitter, to suffix each tweet with hash-tag #perfect


Mumbai: 
Bollywood actor Aamir Khan, known for his perfection at naming dogs and urinating elec-terrifically, has now humbly acknowledged himself as a perfectionist. He joined Twitter yesterday (@aamir_khan) and he has announced on the social networking site that he will hash-tag each update he posts there, as “#perfect”.

The first tweet by him reads “Testing. Aamir.” Early morning today, he tweeted his announcement of hash-tagging posts, also asking Amitabh Bachchan why he hadn’t told him about hash-tags earlier. Some of Aamir’s initial tweets didn’t have the #perfect tag, because he was unaware of them. Hash-tags are a way to tag words so that people find you through your tweets, and you become popular.

Flaunting perfection?

It is well-known that it was the Big B who coaxed Aamir to join Twitter. Twitter is, in fact, the next biggest product after Navratna Hair Oil, that Amitabh Bachchan has endorsed in recent times. He told NTMN in an interview that despite the fact that for endorsing itself, Twitter pays him just enough to make superhits out of movies that feature his family, he has not yet asked his close friend and stalker Amar Singh to join it because he fears that no Twitter user will follow him.

Aamir’s entry to Twitter is being discussed by lots of tweeple. People are looking forward to how regular he is on Twitter, considering he doesn’t usually go to places where normal actors go, like award functions, stage shows, underworld parties and Rajasthani forests. Some nonsense-mongers have gone on to suggest that as in the movie 3 Idiots, the actor is impersonating Javed Jaffery on the website as well.

Meanwhile, reports are rife that Salman Khan has posted topless photos as a promotional stunt to get more attention on Twitter, with the advent of Aamir Khan. Shah Rukh Khan, on the other hand, is fearful of being left behind by Aamir in terms of the number of followers.

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