Bollywood actor Arjun Kapoor, who was last seen in a multi-starrer Panipat, is very active on social media. Often times he finds himself at the receiving end of criticism and trolling for no reason. However, the actor knows the art of giving it back to the trollers and teach them a good lesson.
There, have been many instances when the actor has made it to the headlines because of his replies to the trolls. Recently, a twitter user trolled him for promoting others’ work while not doing movies of his own. The twitter user wrote:
“Bhai tu doosro par tweet hi karta rahega ya apni koi film bhi karega”
(Which roughly translates to: Brother, will you keep tweeting about others or make any movie of your own)
Arjun Kapoor was quick to notice the tweet and come up with a perfect reply to the troll. In his reply, he said it is good to appreciate the work of others. He also expressed how he has done enough work to not be selfish. He wrote:
“Hey Radha it’s always good to encourage others work… I have done enough work to not be always selfish and think about myself and my own marketing.”
Here, check out the tweet:
Hey Radha it’s always good to encourage others work… I have done enough work to not be always selfish and think about myself and my own marketing… https://t.co/5uQysv81jv
— arjunk26 (@arjunk26) September 19, 2019
Earlier in May, Arjun Kapoor had taken on another troll who made a very insensitive tweet about his family. In his tweet, the troll had slammed Arjun Kapoor for dating an older woman than him — Malaika Arora. The troll further claimed how he had hated his father Boney Kapoor, in the past, for marrying a younger woman, Sridevi.
Well, the tweet obviously didn’t go down well with the actor, who came up with a savage reply. In his reply, that made the troll delete the tweet. Arjun wrote that it is easier to type and judge. He wrote:
“I don’t hate anyone Kusum. We kept a dignified distance, If I did I wouldn’t have been there for my dad Janhvi & Khushi at a sensitive time… it’s easy to type & judge, think a little. Your @Varun_dvn s fan so I feel I should tell u don’t spread negativity with his face on ur DP.”
Well, soon the troll deleted his tweet and apologized to Arjun writing: “I apologise if I have hurt anyone’s sentiments. I meant to do no harm. Extremely sorry to all @arjunk26 Fans…. Please Forgive me . It was just my opinion. Have nothing against @arjunk26 Sir or #MalaikaArora Ma’am. . SORRY SIR @arjunk26,”
Arjun was humble enough to accept the apology. He wrote: “It’s ok kusum… spread love… the street dancer is watching you.”
Varun Dhawan, who was dragged in the conversation for no reason also came up with a tweet in the matter. He wrote: “Im glad u apologised kusum its okay arjun is not upset lets just all live our own lives ak has a big heart like I always say I don’t want any of my fans to talk bad about any actors #keepiteasy,”