Ranveer Singh started out as Bittu Sharma in Band Baaja Baaraat in December 2010. We've fallen in love with him as Ram in Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela, got conned by him in Ladies vs Ricky Bahl, felt his pain as Peshwa Bajirao in Bajirao Mastani and cheered him on in Gully Boy. The actor has built as built himself quite the fan base—with the social media following to prove it. But, because we live in the world of the internet where every second person is a troll, they sometimes say horrible things to celebrities just because they can.
A few days ago, Ranveer Singh went live on his Instagram to have a quick chit-chat session with his fans. This isn't unnatural for him because he is continuously interacting with them by sharing videos and posts to feel closer to them. However, he noticed that there was a lot of hate coming at him with people saying things like "Joker lag raha hai", "Music band kar" and "Tereko Hindi nahi aata hai kya?"
The Lootera actor didn't shy away from responding to these people. And we love how he didn't lose his cool even one bit. He said, "Tum logo ko kuch kaam dhanda nahi hain? Tumlog kuch aur jaake karo na mere life me kyu aaye ho?"
Ranveer to haters 😂😂— Ranveer’s 🏏 Cafe ☕️ (@ranveercafe69) November 7, 2019
Baba so many lovers log in just to chat with you, don’t bother about the haters ❤️❤️
PS - also reply to some lovers na...apne friends se toh aap phone pe baad mein chat karlena... pleaaase 💕💕 pic.twitter.com/6QsJ71LC8u
Woohoo Ranveer, that's how you shut the haters up!
In the Live video, he even congratulated Varun Dhawan and his Simmba co-star, Sara Ali Khan for getting the opportunity to work with David Dhawan.
On the work front, Ranveer flew down to Hyderabad a few days back to shoot the climax scene of Rohit Shetty's Sooryavanshi. Post Gully Boy, he started shooting for '83 directed by Kabir Khan. The movie is all set to hit the big screen in April 2020.
To trolls, we would just like to say that sometimes it is easier to say things to a celebrity because you feel like they won't read it. But even celebs are humans and have feelings so instead of spreading negativity, why not spread love in the world?
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