Abhishek Bachchan: I Don’t Appreciate Anyone Making Detrimental Comments Towards Aaradhya


Abhishek Bachchan is one such actor who is always active on social networking sites and is always seen interacting with his fans regarding his upcoming films and others.

Seems his fans thought of to be friendlier with the actor on social networking sites. Recently, a user had tweeted a meme that showcased Abhishek Bachchan’s flop film and moreover the user dragged Abhishek’s daughter Aaradhya in the meme picture.
Abhishek Bachchan has gone through ups and downs in his acting career and had become the butt of jokes on micro blogging site twitter. His series of flops films became a troll for a fan.

Later that troll became an ugly conversation between Abhishek Bachchan and a user. The user had no option than to bear the wrath of the actor for his meme shared on twitter. Abhishek Bachchan tweeted, “@Mayankaryan084 you feeling better about yourself now??? Good! Glad to have been of service. Now go back to the hole you crawled out of.

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Yesterday during the launch of ‘All Is Well’, Abhishek Bachchan was asked about the offensive meme that was posted on twitter.
The actor said, “First of all I wasn’t deeply hurt. This is something that I am very used to. I have always had this attitude that when you can’t stand the heat then get out of the kitchen. If you are going to be available on the public platform, you have to be ready for the brickbats as well as the bouquets. And I am fine with that because I have always taken that in my stride and healthily worked to improve it. But when it comes to my family, it is strictly off limits. Yes I do understand both my parents and my wife are public figures but my daughter is off limits. I am not here to talk about her. And nor do I appreciate anyone making detrimental comments towards her.”

He added further, “So I decided what I had to say and the gentleman was kind enough to delete the tweet and to realize that he had gone slightly too far. And I appreciate that. I think when you are on public domain, you are allowed freedom of speech which is your constitutional right but I am allowed to take objection to what you say and since it was on my page, I replied to him directly and not publicly. That was the end of it. If you are on social networking sites then this is going to happen. It is completely fine and fun sometimes.”