Will Elon Musk say Chak De Phatte Nap De gilli if he Accepts Navjot Singh Sidhu’s Proposal to setup tesla in Punjab?

Recently Elon Musk has been trending in India for reasons that he is not able to get to the Indian market because of government problems. His recent tweets have made more headlines than ever. a lot of Indian ministers have already tried to welcome him in their state to set up a Tesla shop.

From Bengal to Telanagan and from Maharashtra to Punjab, everyone is trying to woo Elon Musk. Navjot Singh Sidhu recently made a comment asking Elon Musk to come to his state of Punjab and assured them they will do everything in their hands to provide the best support.

Navjot Singh Sidhu is a famous cricketer who played for Team India back in the day. He also chaired many comedy shows and one that made it big was Kapil Sharma’s show. The famous dialogue that Navjot Singh Sidhu used to say was Chak De Phatte Nap De Gilli Swarey Jallandar Shammi Delhi. This got so famous that in every show people who mimic use to say this dialogue that represented him.

Now, let’s wait and see how things might improve, and will Elon Musk come to India? This is still a question. However, he is also facing issues in the States, as there is an ongoing SEC investigation over Tesla.




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