Rishi Kapoor poured his heart out in his auto-biography, ‘Khullam Khulla: Rishi Kapoor Uncensored’. He spoke about his shortcomings, his opinions and his side of story, unabashedly and without any filter. Just like he is on Twitter.
He recently found himself in a distasteful situation for sending abusive direct messages to a woman before blocking them. This wasn’t very long time ago and again, Kapoor slammed a woman for using foul language while addressing him.
In the wake of Pakistan slamming death penalty on former Indian Navy Officer Kulbhushan Yadav for allegedly being a spy, the actor spoke out against it on Twitter and received backlash for the same, especially from Pakistani Twitter accounts.
He tweeted: Sorry India.Tried to broker peace via actors,films,sports etc..with Pakistan,but they just want hatred,so be it!Taali do haath se bajti hai!
This was a follow up on his plea to IPL for allowing Pakistani players to play the T-20 matches. Following the death sentence news, he retracted his plea and said “hatred” is what Pakistan wants.
Well now, the veteran actor who is never is afraid of giving back to trollers and haters in the same language that they speak, he gave them a befitting reply.
Kapoor, who noticed Fariha’s post where she used foul language, was quick to retort with this reply: “Mind your language young lady! Surely your parents did not teach you to speak to elders this way?”. Following this, she tweeted to him that her parents had taught her well.
Here’s how it went: