Millions of social media supporters of Gautam Gambir have begun to think about what happened to the cricketer when he was killed on 1 January. December published a mysterious tweet. I mean, I was set up. She needs a lot of support. He’s about to give the details, he’s tweeted.
For a few minutes, Twitterati supported him in everything he did, only to find out the real reason for his support later.
The same can be done on Facebook by inserting #DeshFrame into the image shown.
While India celebrates Armed Forces Flag Week, Fever FM, the official radio partner of the Indian Armed Forces, launched a nationwide initiative today (December 7) on the occasion of Armed Forces Flag Day. Using the DeshFrame hashtag, the campaign encouraged citizens to modify their Facebook profile picture to include #DeshFrame.
Shortly after Gambir changed his profile picture, featuring a poster of Fever FM says Show Your #DeshFrame, the initiative caught the attention of thousands of users who followed his example and updated their photos on Facebook.
Share your #deshframe with me and @FeverFMOfficial. Let’s board the army’s flagship. 7. December pic.twitter.com/TGziV0uE09
– Gautam Gambhir (@GautamGambhir) 1. December 2017.
Share your #deshframe with me and @FeverFMOfficial. Let’s board the army’s flagship. 7. December (sic), Gambir published on social networking sites.