Abhishek Bachchan gives a fitting reply to a troll on Twitter!

Jun 17, 2015, 11:20 IST | A correspondent

Bollywood actor Abhishek Bachchan is known to take humour in the right spirit, but when a Twitter user dragged his little daughter, Aaradhya, into the picture, Junior Bachchan gave it back to him and how!

Bollywood actor Abhishek Bachchan is known to take humour in the right spirit, but when a Twitter user dragged his little daughter, Aaradhya, into the picture, Junior Bachchan gave it back to him and how!

Abhishek Bachchan gives a fitting reply to a troll on Twitter!
Abhishek Bachchan

On Tuesday, a Twitter user, Mayank Tiwari @Mayankaryan084, shared a meme that joked about how Aaradhya would not like his movies such as 'Drona' and 'Jhoom Barabar Jhoom' and wonder why her mother, Aishwarya, married him.

Also read: When Twitter trolls took a toll on Bollywood celebs

Here's what ensued between the two later in a series of tweets:

Abhishek Bachchan: "@Mayankaryan084 you feeling better about yourself now??? Good! Glad to have been of service. Now go back to the hole you crawled out of." (sic)

Twitter user: "@juniorbachchan yes I feel like top of the world. Best thing I did in my life to stop watching your movie. Thank you sir" (sic)

Abhishek Bachchan: "@Mayankaryan084 to stop? That means you used to watch them. Thanks for the money." (sic)

Twitter user: "@arjunchugani @juniorbachchan I am fan of abhishek bachan sir. But not his movie." (sic)

Abhishek Bachchan: "@Mayankaryan084 don’t like my movies? That’s cool. Will work harder to make movies you like. Bringing my daughter into it is NOT cool." (sic)

Twitter user: "@juniorbachchan if you want I will delete that post. I am sorry" (sic)

The user later deleted the tweet with the meme, but not before Junior Bachchan could give him a piece of his mind.

On Wednesday, Abhishek Bachchan's 'Dhoom' co-star Uday Chopra also spoke up against trolls on Twitter. Here's what he tweeted:

"Some people troll so badly on twitter that they aren’t even worth blocking. C’mon! get in there, really offend me or then get good scrub!" (sic)

"One tip on trolling - please dont use expletives, its just so unclassy. Troll with class, even if you think I don’t have any" (sic)

Recently, even Salman Khan was miffed with his fans for bad-mouthing Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan, and had threatened to quit Twitter if they don't stop trolling them. (Read the full story)

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