Rishi Kapoor changed his Twitter bio and profile picture to specify that he is done with trolls and to show that he means business
Rishi Kapoor said: "Once I was corrected that I should not put this (expletives) on my timeline. Now I go to them and do this"
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"I file case of defamation n harassment against Rishi Kapoor in mumbai court on Monday because his irresponsible behavior is unacceptable. All websites who are accusing me, #Twitter n Rishi Kapoor will be party in the defamation n harassment case which will be filed on Monday," Kamaal R Khan posted on Twitter
We're not going to reproduce KRK's rant against Rishi Kapoor (and his actor son Ranbir who is not on Twitter) because most of the tweets contains abusive language. It's unclear whether anyone has previously reported KRK before, or whether Mr Kapoor is actually going to. In any case, KRK ought to consider himself warned
Giving the trolls a royal snub, Rishi Kapoor posted on microblogging site Twitter: "What I do, eat, drink or pray is none of your business." He added: "There's a perception that I am anti-Hindu. Sad. I am a "Proud" two times a day praying Hindu. But I respect other faiths too. I just say the truth!"
Trolls are unforgiving. Trolls are cruel. Trolls are also supremely democratic. As several of Bollywood's social media fraternity have discovered the hard way, a virtual army of trolls is hard to battle should you have been so unwise to put yourself in harm's way with an ill-considered tweet
Rishi Kapoor trolls his family, co-stars and himself and asks, "Who and what are trolls? Pardon ignorance"