Ajay Devgn Looking At His Phone / Aarogya Setu Ad
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Ajay Devgn Looking At His Phone is a reaction image featuring Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn. The image is from a 2020 COVID infomercial Devgn made to promote the use of the government COVID-tracking app Aarogya Setu. The photo of a bleary-eyed Devgn looking at his phone began to gain traction in 2021 and is generally used as an ambiguous yet humorous image.
On April 22nd, 2020, Bollywood actor Ajay Devgn posted a Twitter video promoting the use of the Indian government-sanctioned COVID tracking app Aarogya Setu, gathering over 80,000 likes in two years (seen below). At the 1:05 timestamp, Devgn can be seen looking at his phone, a frame that went on to become a meme template.
PMOIndia</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/narendramodi?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">narendramodi for creating a personal bodyguard for every Indian to fight COVID-19. #SetuMeraBodyguard hai aur aapka bhi.
Download @SetuAarogya now!
— Ajay Devgn (@ajaydevgn) April 22, 2020
On November 9th, 2021, Twitter user @ClawedHumor posted the earliest known tweet using the screengrab, gathering over 2,700 likes in two years (seen below, left). On February 11th, 2023, Twitter user @swatic12 posted a meme using the frame as well (seen below, right).
On March 5th, 2023, Twitter user @MSDianAbhiii posted a tweet that read, "Me looking at my story every 2 minutes because I liked the song I put," gathering over 2,500 likes in a month (seen below, left). On March 7th, Twitter user @itsshivamsaxena posted a meme using the image as well (seen below, right).
 Twitter – ClawedHumor
 Twitter – MSDianAbhiii
 Twitter – itsshivamsaxena
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