Ranveer Singh Talks To Trolls In Their Own Language For Calling Him ‘Joker’ & Mocking His Hindi

These are the times when social media has enabled celebs to be in touch with their fans irrespective of the time zone and location of both the parties. In other words, when it comes for people to connect with their favorite celebrities, nothing is impossible via social media. But everything comes at a cost. Being active on social media brings with it an equal share of trolling & unsavoury comments. In a recent incident, Ranveer Singh who is quite active on social media platforms, did an Instagram live for his fans.

While there were a lot of his fans appreciating him, a certain section of people trolled him with comments like:

“Music band kar”,

“Tereko Hindi nahi aata hai kya?” and

“Joker lag raha hai”

All these comments were popping on his live chat.

Ranveer Singh Talks To Trolls In Their Own Language For Calling Him 'Joker' & Mocking His Hindi

But Ranveer isn’t the person to take a strike lightly. He is popular as an outspoken celebrity that speaks his mind. He hit back at the trolls with words,

“Tumlogo ko kuch kaam dhanda nahi hain? Tumlog kuch aur jaake karo na mere life me kyu aaye ho?” (sic)

Have a look at the video here:

Ranveer to haters 😂😂

Baba so many lovers log in just to chat with you, don’t bother about the haters ❤️❤️

Sometimes during these Instagram live sessions, Ranveer’s spouse: Deepika drops in all of a sudden to have some social media fun with her hubby. And her remarks for Ranveer are worth reading. Sometime back one of her comments started rumors that couple was not far from being parents.

Talking about work, Ranveer Singh recently wrapped up the shooting schedule of Kabir Khan’s ’83 where he is essaying the role of former Indian skipper Kapil Dev. This flick will have Deepika playing his reel life in the role of Romi Dev: Kapil Dev’s wife. Ranveer will also be seen in a cameo Akshay Kumar’s ‘Sooryavanshi’. His other upcoming projects are ‘Jayeshbhai Jordaar’ and Karan Johar’s ‘Takht’.

 

Gaurav Gupta

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