Google's cryptic tweet from their official account has left Twitter in frenzy!
If this is a joke of some sort then it's a bad one, Google India! On a cool and lazy Wednesday afternoon, suddenly Twitter sprang up to life when a cryptic tweet of Google surfaced that confirmed that the British band, Coldplay will be performing in India. The tweet by Google India said, "Save the date, Coldplay to play in Mumbai (MMRDA Grounds) on 19th November." Of course, this sparked a huge reaction from fans who were more than excited about this news. However, a few minutes later, Google India deleted the tweet! Yes! The tweet just vanished from their handle!
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This has obviously made everyone worry and wonder whether the concert is even going to happen or not. Luckily IndiaToday.in took a screengrab of this tweet that stated with confirmation about the concert. You gotta admit that Coldplay is one such band that everybody would want to listen to live. It has an instant connection with the youth as well as music lovers of all age group. Plus, the band has the likes of Bollywood celebs like Sonam Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Deepika Padukone and a lot more. So if the event does happen, it'll clearly be a star studded event that'll be worth attending. The one time this Brit band performed in India was last year at a lounge in Delhi which was quite impromptu and had Vishal Dadlani also with them.
We so hope this piece of info is true and the band will play in India because otherwise, Google India just played a very bad prank on us crazy fans! What do you think about this news of Coldplay performing in India? Would you want that? Do you wish this news to be true? Tell us your thoughts. And stay tuned to this space for more gossips and latest updates!
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