No More Trolls for KJo: Karan Johar takes down a social media troll savagely! Here's how people responded
It’s nothing new that a Bollywood celebrity is trolled on social media. With the increasing popularity of social media, people have been using the social media websites as a platform to troll a famous personality. Recently, Priyanka Chopra was trolled for wearing a trench coat dress at Cannes Film Festival and Alia Bhatt has been a cult-favourite of internet trollers. Karan Johar is trolled on social media a little more than the rest of celebrities. Most of the time, some mentally deranged people try to crack a joke on his sexual orientation, which is very sick and terrible.
This time Karan Johar isn’t going to take them easily and decided to teach them a lesson. The Bollywood Filmmaker took to Twitter and shared a message for the people who troll the B-Town celebs. He wrote, "My dear Twitter Troll....there is a new product in the market...it's called a LIFE... please get one!! offer is open till stocks last!!!"
But people aren't going to sit back silently so easily. After all, it's a troll culture. Trolling has been even more lethal weapon than the nuclear warfare itself. See how people brazenly trolled KJo's tweet getting back at internet trolls.
Few months back, the 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' director was trolled for his sexual orientation, when he was trolled by being called an eunuch on Twitter. As witty he is, he turned down the troll in the most hilarious manner.
Karan Johar is known for his wit and self-deprecating humour, which was also evident in his autobiography The Unsuitable Boy. The book reveals his coming of age and 'coming out'.
Recently, Bollywood diva Priyanka Chopra was trolled for wearing a small dress while meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Meanwhile, people on social media started s**t-shaming 'Dangal' girl Fatima Sana Shaikh for dressing 'inappropriately' during the holy month of Ramzan.
Karan Johar will be next seen hosting the 18th edition of the International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards, in New York in July.
(With ANI Inputs)