While the dogs bark, the caravan passes on: Tiger’s mother Ayesha gives it back to RGVActor Tiger Shroff’s parents Jackie Shroff and Ayesha Shroff along with his sister Krishna Shroff has reacted on filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma’s recent ‘transgender’ comment on the actor.
Actor Tiger Shroff’s parents Jackie Shroff and Ayesha Shroff along with his sister Krishna Shroff has reacted on filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma’s recent ‘transgender’ comment on the actor. Yesterday, actor Vidyut Jamwal made his conversation with RGV public in which the latter was heard saying derogatory words about Tiger.
Ayesha, who earlier slammed the filmmaker for his previous tweets on Tiger, this time seemed angrier. She said, “While the dogs bark, the caravan passes on.”
Jackie Shroff, who will be seen playing a crucial character in RGV’s Sarkar 3 said that Tiger has so much effect on people that they leave their work to comment on him.
Tiger’s sister Krishna stated that she is proud of her brother for making a profound effect on people, who have been in the industry far longer than him.
While Tiger chose to stay mum on the issue, it seems that her family especially her mother is not happy with RGV.
After Vidyut exposed RGV, the latter apologised with series of tweets on social media.
I want to thank @VidyutJammwal for the extraordinary expose not to the people about me,but for exposing me to myself about myself— Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) April 11, 2017
Just decided to get off Vodka and also want to apologise to every1 i evr bothered including Lord Ganpati's devotees nd @PawanKalyan 's fans— Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) April 11, 2017
This is not the first time, RGV has said something bad about Tiger. Previously, in series of tweets, he called Tiger bikini babe and also made fun of his body.
Few days back, he also made nasty comment on actress Sunny Leone that ignited many controversies.