For his magnificent cinematic journey spanning over a decade, Ranveer Singh deservedly received the “superstar of the decade” award from Filmfare Middle East. Ranveer became emotional as he accepted the prize and remembered his challenging days and his father’s support. But, trolls mocked Ranveer’s “phony” emotions and refused to accept his poignant address. At times, such hatred is criticized by ITimes, particularly for a guy who has always brought joy with his presence.
Take a look at some of Ranveer’s offensive tweets and our response to them:
“Deepika, just see this ??? It’s a big award show. Educate him how to talk in front of the large crowd else find a new man . Why this cartoon buddy ??”
Why don’t you introspect on your desire to educate Ranveer Singh for his public speeches, if you feel the need? It is inappropriate to ridicule a guy expressing his emotions by dragging his wife or calling the renowned actor a cartoon. For the decade of entertainment, doesn’t he deserve some respect? It takes a lot of hard work to get to where he is, and your negativity will never let you get there.
“Ranveer sing itna b juth nhi bolo yaar you have no need to gain sympathy like rakhi sawant your father is great business man he is alrdy millionaire before your entry into Bollywood”
Your information regarding Ranveer Singh’s father’s riches is impressive, and the thought that an actor would go to such lengths for public sympathy is even more stunning. Instead, why not see this occurrence from a different point of view and provide the actor with emotional assistance he requires?
“Don’t cry mere bhai biwi ka Foundation join karle”
You are being disrespectful to those who have mental health by using such harsh language to mock Ranveer’s emotional outburst. Ranveer definitely isn’t experiencing stress, anxiety, or depression, and so Deepika’s foundation works to help those who are. Stop trying to diminish Ranveer and find some happiness instead.