Salman Khan’s Bharat co-star: Sunil Grover was criticized for a tweet that he wrote in his support. But an unfazed Sunil said, “Hope I Don’t Start Enjoying Giving Work To Paid Trolls”
Former Dr. Gulati from The Kapil Sharma Show aka Sunil Grover is facing a social media backlash after his tweet in support of Salman Khan, who asked his fans to be gentle with Sushant Singh Rajput’s fans.
Going in detail, Actor cum Comedian: Sunil Grover has been at the center of trolls after his tweet in support of Salman Khan. But it seems like Sunil is unfazed by trolls coming his way. In a new tweet, Sunil mentioned ‘Paid Trollers’ & said that their comments amuse him.
“Kahin ab mujhe paid trollers ko kaam pe lagane main maza na aane lag jaye (I hope I don’t start enjoying giving work to paid trolls). God please save me from this new amusement).” In a 2nd tweet, Sunil said, “The difference between truth and fact is that fact is something that cannot be combated with reasoning, for it is logic itself. But the truth is something which depends on a person’s perspective and experience.”
Sunil was subjected to such heavy backlash because he tweeted that he both loves and respects Salman which did not go well with netizens who are deep into debating about long-prevailing nepotism in the film industry. Sunil’s tweet in support of Salman came after the superstar on Saturday requested his fans to support the fans of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput.
Talking about Sushant. He died by suicide on June 14 and his death fueled the debate on nepotism after which many celebrities (especially star kids) have been at the receiving end of much trolling and criticism on social media. Amidst all this, a lot of Bollywood citizens like filmmaker Shashank Khaitan, actors Sonakshi Sinha, Aayush Sharma, and Saqib Saleem have quit Twitter citing the negativity on the platform.