'Roads should be made like Katrina Kaif's cheeks' says Congres MLA Rajendra Singh Gudha

written by Ritika Nath | November 25, 2021

Do you remember? When years ago, former Bihar Chief Minister Lalu Prasad made a remark about making Bihar's roads as smooth as Hema Malini's cheeks? Well, now something similar has happened but this time it is Rajendra Singh Gudha, the newly appointed state minister of Rajasthan, who has stated something similar for Katrina Kaif.

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The social media users are going crazy after the Minister was seen addressing public where he stated an officer that roads in his villages should be as smooth as Katrina Kaif's cheeks is going viral.

The Congress MLA is seen interacting with people in his assembly constituency of Udaipurwati in a video that has gone viral on the internet. The minister first mentioned Hema Malini’s name then soon he realised that Hema Malini has become old now.

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Then he asked the audience which actress is currently making headlines, and Katrina Kaif's name came up. In no time the video shared by ANI made rounds on the internet, which was captioned as “#WATCH "Roads should be made like Katrina Kaif's cheeks", said Rajasthan Minister Rajendra Singh Gudha while addressing a public gathering in Jhunjhunu district”

In a cabinet expansion held on Sunday, Rajendra Singh Gudha, who joined the Congress from the BSP, was appointed Minister of State.

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Years ago, actor Hema Malini was mentioned in a similar comment made by Lalu Prasad Yadav.

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According to reports, Hema Malini, in response, stated, "It just so happened that I was travelling from Patna to Nalanda for a show." I was delayed getting to the venue because the roads were so bad. When I expressed my dissatisfaction with the road conditions, Laluji promised to smoothen the roads to the smoothness of my cheeks. What is the significance of my cheeks? If politicians continue to use my cheeks as a metaphor for roads, my cheeks may soon start to resemble those bumpy roads that, despite the promises, are never smooth."

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