Karan Johar, who obliquely addressed his sexuality in the controversial AIB Roast, retorted to a troll:
https://t.co/5We8Ko4Sbg it's so sad and disgusting when a major breakthrough movement is made into a mockery by some on Twitter!! Shame!!!? Karan Johar (@karanjohar) June 27, 2015
The Dharma boss was responding to this:
On the comments thread, the user was called out by several others and advised to "get a life."
Meanwhile, the US Supreme Court's verdict was the subject of a wave of tweets both for and against. The handful of Indian celebs tweeting included director Onir, who noted that homosexuality is still ciminalised in India, and Bigg Boss alumnus Sushant Divgikar, both openly gay.
In America and UK, several gay celebs hailed the Supreme Court's ruling.
Love won. #MarriageEquality? Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) June 26, 2015
British actors Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Derek Jacobi led the New York Gay Pride March on Sunday.