Ranveer Singh trolled for his 'losing my religion' tweet
Bollywood actor Ranveer Singh has been trolled for his tweet saying 'losing my religion' which people assumed that he wrote it in context to the character of Allaudin Khilji, he plays in the film 'Padmavati'
Social media has become the hotbed for controversies these days and Bollywood celebrities are at their vulnerable most, on social media. Right from being shamed for wearing inappropriate clothes to being called out for their personal/political views.However, the film 'Padmavati' seems to be on the receiving end of the incessant trolling and bashing ever since its inception. There has been a lot of discussion and contention over the portrayal of Queen 'Padmavati' and Sultan Allaudin Khilji.
While, Bhansali has clarified time and again that there is no interaction between Khilji and Padmavati, some fringe outfits still want a ban on the film. There was a lot of flak received from the liberal side also, over the portrayal of 'Khilji' who is shown as a megalomaniac.
The filmmakers, however, stick to their stand that the movie is based on the poem 'Padmavat', written by Malik Muhammad Jayasi. Ranveer Singh, who went out of his way to portray 'Allaudin Khilji'is getting trolled on social media for posting an image of himself with the caption, 'Losing My Religion'. The caption is inspired by the lyrics of an iconic song ' Losing My Religion' by the popular American rock-band from the 80s, 'REM'. Here are some of the hilarious tweets which Ranveer received, after he posted the tweet.
Losing my religion pic.twitter.com/vYM68pz5nr— Ranveer Singh (@RanveerOfficial) November 10, 2017
Koi baat nahi ... Aisa hota hai... Jab itne sanskaar character (Khilji) me 2 saal tak ghuse rahoge toh religion kya insaniyat bhi loose karte jaoge. Koi nahi ghar wapsi hamesha ho sakti hai... Psychiatrist ne kya bola BTW— Kay Jayð© (@Hindu__Rashtra) November 10, 2017
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Tum Jaise Logo ki Wajah se Bharat 2000 Saal Tak Gualam Raha , Jo Paise ke liye Apni Maa Behan aur Desh Ko Bech Dete Hai . Dictators ne isi Wajah se is desh ko Gulam banakar rakah , Tum Log Us time ke Jai Singh ho.— vivek pathak (@vivekpathak2) November 10, 2017
you need that psychiatrist..since clearly you hav sold ur soul for career and money..its like Black Americans acting in "Birth of a Nation" @Dkomal_KD @InNautilus @sanatandesh @CKP_Vignesh @Pumpa2001 @redpandachamp @Ak_Ashii— KimJongUn (@KoreanDictator2) November 10, 2017
These fukin actors will sell their dead relatives to make a quick buck ! ðð¤hmm was that catchy ? Hmm .. not sure ð— Cpt_Nemo (@InNautilus) November 10, 2017
Real mein "Khilji" ban gaye kya ?— Abhishek Mishra (@Abhishek_Mshra) November 10, 2017
These words were not needed at this time. This tweet could have been worded differently.— Soumyadipta (@Soumyadipta) November 10, 2017
are you doing it deliberately to get more controversies for the film— Hud Hud Zinda Hai (@HudHud_Dabangg) November 10, 2017
Sahi hai bhai tere jaise jitne Jaichand kam ho jayen utna desh aur dharm ke liye bhalaððððð— Nalla Prasad yadav (@Roggerbinnies) November 10, 2017