Bollywood filmmaker Karan Johar has often been a victim of online trolling. Again another incident of cyber bullying happened with the prolific filmmaker. However, this time, the director gave it back to the troll. On Sunday afternoon, Karan Johar gave a strong retort to a troll using sarcasm card. The troll tweeted a really insensitive tweet on Twitter, taking a dig at Johar's sexuality. His tweet read, "Karan johar k life pe ek movie banani chahiye (A film should be made on Karan Johar’s life). KARAN JOHAR: the gay." The director retweeted the tweet and gave a strong retort to the troll with sarcasm.
Karan Johar tweeted, "You absolutely original genius! Where have you been hiding all this while??? Thank you for existing and emerging as the most prolific voice on Twitter today". Here check out Karan's tweet:
It was quite obvious that the troll deleted his tweet soon enough.
Karan Johar has been quite vocal about getting affected by trolls. Earlier in Arbaaz Khan's chat show Pinch, Johar had said, "Initially, when I used to get it (trolling), I used to deal with it by being upset and angry. Then it went into a state of indifference, and now I am in a state of glorious amusement. Every morning I wake up to abuse, and it amuses me."
He also added, "You can talk about me, but don’t make it sound like I have a disease or something is wrong with me and I should shut up because you think I am gay. Then you should shut up because you have no life. That’s the way I look at it."
He also opened up on how when his kids are being targetted he doesn't like it. "I am a little sensitive about my babies and when they start saying things about them, that really bothers me. It’s the new age. How do you know that I don’t have a mother and a father in me that I can give my child the love of both parents."
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