Veteran Bollywood Actor: Rishi Kapoor lost his calm after a spineless troll asked whether he had stocked alcohol for these 21 days lockdown.
Social media is like a gun that can be used both for protection against enemies and also to harm someone unnecessarily. There has been a growing concern on a global level that social media trolls should be dealt with in a strict way and some developed nations have even come up with their own local rules and regulations that make it mandatory and also empower social media platforms to delete both posts and the account of trolls in a proactive manner.
Coming back to Rishi Kapoor. He issued an open warning to all his followers on social media that he would delete the people who troll either his nation or his lifestyle.
It so happened that a troll asked Rishi Kapoor whether he had stocked up on alcohol since the lockdown for India will last for 21 days. An angry Rishi Kapoor didn’t waste a moment and sent the spineless troll a warning on Twitter after noticing the same.
Rishi’s tweet read as follows:
“ANYONE CRACKING JOKES ABOUT MY COUNTRY OR ON MY LIFESTYLE, WILL BE DELETED. BE AWARE AND WARNED. THIS IS A SERIOUS MATTER. HELP US TO TIDE OVER THE SITUATION.”
Have a look at his tweet:
ANYONE CRACKING JOKES ABOUT MY COUNTRY OR ON MY LIFESTYLE, WILL BE DELETED. BE AWARE AND WARNED. THIS IS A SERIOUS MATTER. HELP US TO TIDE OVER THE SITUATION.
— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) March 24, 2020
Rishi Kapoor came back home from abroad in September 2019 after his cancer treatment in the USA that lasted almost 1 year. He was given company by his spouse cum Veteran Bollywood Actress: Neetu Kapoor in his stay abroad. A lot of Bollywood stars paid a visit to him when they were in the US like Deepika Padukone.
After he came back home, Rishi is yet to make an appearance on the silver screen. His last box office release was Emraan Hashmi and Shobhita Dhulipalia starrer Bollywood flick ‘The Body’.
Rishi Kapoor extended his full support to Indian PM Narendra Modi’s decision of 21-days lockdown for India to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.