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NCP’s Nawab Malik asks Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut to ‘cross all limits in love’ after both parties ally

As of now, Raut has not yet replied to the love song. We will update the report if and when he does.

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As winter is setting in parts of the country, romance is in the air. There is no dearth of love for the newly forged alliance of Shiv Sena, Congress and Nationalist Congress Party in Maharashtra. Sanjay Raut’s love for shyries has now affected his new buddies and things have become hopelessly romantic.

Tagging Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut, NCP’s Nawab Malik tweeted a couplet from a song of the 90s Bollywood hit film Phool Aur Kaante. He tweeted, “dheere dheere pyaar ko badhana hai, hadd se guzar jaana hai, (slowly we have to increase the love and eventually cross all boundaries in love).”

In a subsequent tweet, he even corrected his typo.

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Which also has a typo.

Before Raut could respond in his inimitable style, netizens replied with shock, surprise and amusement at the new romance.

Filmy, very filmy.

Clearly, everyone’s quite amused.

Read: An analysis of Maharashtra politics in the last few weeks through Sanjay Raut’s poetry

The hopeful romantics at heart even appreciated the same.

While others weren’t too happy with his choice.

As of now, Raut has not yet replied to the love song. We will update the report if and when he does.

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