Rana Daggubati Tweet: South Superstar Rana Daggubati has recently shared his bad experience with Indigo by tweeting. Please tell that the luggage of the actor has gone missing in this airline.
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Rana Daggubati Indigo Experience: Famous Tollywood actor Rana Daggubati has expressed his displeasure on Indigo on Sunday. In fact, he founded Indigo Airline (Indigo Airlines) has been fiercely criticized. He has told about his worst experience with the airline. Not only this, he has also made many tweets regarding this. In which the actor has put the class of Indigo airline. Let’s know what happened with the actor because of which he got angry.
Please tell that in his tweet, he has shared his bad experience with Indigo. The actor tweeted and wrote- India’s worst airline experience ever at- Indigo 6E!! Clueless with flight times.. Missing luggage not found.. Staff has no idea?? Could it be worse?
Rajiv Gandhi International Airport Case
The Baahubali fame actor was reportedly traveling with his family at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad. Please tell that he was leaving for Bangalore with his family members. After Daggubati and others checked-in, they were informed that the flight was delayed due to some technical problem and were asked to board another flight.
Actor angry at Bangalore airport
Further, Daggubati was also told that his luggage would be sent by the same plane. However, after landing at the Bangalore airport, the actor could not locate his luggage and when he checked with the airline staff, he could not find anything. After this he became very angry.
tweet going viral
He wrote in a post of Indigo that Paradise Found with the tagline, more Paradises have been lost than Paradise found. At the same time, while commenting on another tweet of Indigo, Daggubati wrote that, our engineers who ensure safe and non-stop flights. These tweets of the actor are becoming fiercely viral on social media. Along with this, many users are also telling about their bad experiences.
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