Disruption is a new buzzword in contemporary culture and is being associated with entrepreneurial and business start-ups. It is primarily meant to disrupt a smooth functioning cultural phenomenon and break it to attract attention of consumers toward a new product. Is this progress or simply a tactic of attention seeking? Lepore (2011) talked about the perils of disruption and how it is founded on the combined elements of shaky evidence, anxiety, and panic. The networked culture in which humankind has been absorbed since its advent is not seeing a retrospective action and its validity and necessity is never been questioned. It is blindly being accepted as a new norm of culture and a means of growing and prospering with time. The innovator is blindly inclined toward disrupting what is already functioning smooth, resulting into a panic mode where the old and new character traits of culture becomes obsolete and nothing is perceptible. In fact, humankind keeps adjusting with the new modes of living and never settle to a single mode of living. This disruptive attitude or aspect of culture is a dangerous character trait that enter our lives without notice and grips the very culture we boast about and practice every day.