She tries to make the troller understand but all in vain...
Trolling has become a deeply satisfying extra-curricular activity for those who do so. A few seconds of feeling good about yourself by pulling others down. There are many who have mastered this art. Twitter is a social media space where people feel proud to say nasty things to others for few moments moment of glory. But then some losers are born that way. Say for example this man who just won't understand Richa Chadha's point and continued to troll her. The actress sided with Fawad Khan during a press conference recently saying she feels more close to his culture since she is from North India than tambrahms. But guess this particular user didn't get the point at all.
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Richa and Fawad were attending a media meet at the Indian Film Festival in Melbourne when someone asked the Kapoor & Sons actor what he feels about the different culture in India and Pakistan. To this Richa had interjected saying, "I would like to answer that. Sorry I am cutting in. You know we were colonised by the British for a really long time. It's a part of the… I am sorry if I am offending anybody here, but if you look at worldwide history every time the British left an empire they divided it. I am sorry but your question to me doesn’t make sense because I will have far more in common with Fawad because I am from the North of India than I will have with somebody who is a tambrahm or maybe Malyaali or from the North east."
Clearly, this didn't go down well with a Twitter user and the person took to slamming Chadha. But the actress had just the right comeback for him even though he continued his one-track banter. Check out the conversation here:
Well, we wonder why Mr. Swaminathan is taking so much offence to Richa's statement. Was Pakistan a part of India only? And isn't situated towards the north of India? So is it really outrageous to have few cultural similarities? Beats us!
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