Jul 062017

Rajkummar Rao might be known for his versatility and sheer talent of owning a role. Hi, in the world of Twitter, no one is spared when it comes to being trolled. The ‘Trapped’ actor recently shared a collage of various transformations that his body had to go through, in order to justify his role.

Building a character. Nothing gives me more high than the process of exploring someone else’s life on screen ???????? pic.twitter.com/diLW4rODvk

— Rajkummar Rao (@RajkummarRao) July 5, 2017

Twitter was quick to convert it into a meme game.

1. Living with a gym freak
2. Living in hostel
3. Living with parents pic.twitter.com/Xymvc4oUFF

— SAGAR (@sagarcasm) July 5, 2017

?When you return from Hostel
?At home
?When you return from Granny’s place. pic.twitter.com/AazoyUh0m1

— Godman Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) July 5, 2017

Pay day and may day, poles apart!

Income, Tax and Saving. pic.twitter.com/UTuR5Lgbrx

— Godman Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) July 5, 2017

Bank account

1. Beginning of month
2. Middle of month
3. Month end pic.twitter.com/y4Ceb6zI9P

— Pakchikpak Raja Babu (@HaramiParindey) July 5, 2017

Delhi boys know how it feels.

Pic 1: you

Pic 2: you dating a south Delhi girl

Pic 3: after marrying the girl of your mom’s choice pic.twitter.com/YoMbOnN0a8

— THAT RANDOM Guy (@Soundhumor) July 5, 2017

1. Married
2. Live in
3. Single pic.twitter.com/qVieH1vhem

— Joker (@JokerBazzz) July 5, 2017

A lot of people are also comparing this look to that of Aamir Khan’s in ‘Dangal’. While there is a hint of similarity in the look, but the roles are very different. Rao is looking very convincing as ‘Bose’ in the looks of the movie and it will be exciting to see him essay that role.

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Jun 082017

Anupam Kher is all set to play the role of Manmohan Singh in ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’ and it’s got everyone talking.  

Twitter Reactions On The Poster Of The Accidental Prime Minister© Twitter

He recently shared the first poster from the upcoming movie and he looked extremely similar to the ex-PM.

To reinvent yourself as an actor is to challenge yourself. Looking forward to portraying #DrManmohanSingh in #TheAccidentalPrimeMinister.:) pic.twitter.com/PsVdkpjZWY

— Anupam Kher (@AnupamPkher) June 7, 2017

However, as much as people are looking forward to watching how the memoir will be treated on screen, the folks on Twitter could not help but wonder if it’s going to be a silent film.

A silent film in 2017 sir? ???? On a serious note, here’s wishing you luck with it! I’m sure you will knock it out of the park!

— Akshaye Rathi (@akshayerathi) June 7, 2017

It’s certainly going to be a challenge for a ‘vocal’ actor to perform a ‘mute’ role…! ????

— Swami Nishchalanand (@Swamijitweets) June 7, 2017

The reactions kept pouring in and seems like the entire world was united on Twitter. 

1. Kudos to @AnupamPkher Sir for bringing back the Era of silent movie????
2. Where lead is in Supporting Role????#TheAccidentalPrimeMinister pic.twitter.com/Bvv5QsWLri

— Chicken Biryanii (@ChickenBiryanii) June 7, 2017

Someone even got Rajnikanth in the picture

The Robot with qualities of a human


The Human with qualities of a Robot#theAccidentalPrimeMinister pic.twitter.com/FXvziXEoC1

— SAGAR (@sagarcasm) June 7, 2017

It’s weird how hard people judge things they have barely any idea about. 

Aamir Khan gained massive weight for Dangal.
PC visited mental hosps for Barfi.@AnupamPkher is on maun vrat fr #theAccidentalPrimeMinister pic.twitter.com/deC4ERpmuZ

— Amitabh Chaudhary (@amitabh_aks) June 7, 2017

Hope at least MMS character will speak-up in movie #TheAccidentalPrimeMinister
Now Nation wants to know, why are you Silent ??

— Subramanya Hosmane (@subramanyah) June 7, 2017

All jokes aside, lets not forget that he is one of the most learned people in the country and the driving force of many  major economic reforms that benefited us as an economy. The movie is slated to release next year. 

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Apr 212017

Sonam KapoorSonam Kapoor. File Pic

Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor, who is known for speaking her mind and has been the target of online abuse and bullying frequently for that reason, wrote about the prevalance of trolls online in a column for a leading daily, but ended up getting trolled once again.

The actress’ column in Hindustan Times went viral, but unfortunately not for the reason it deserved.

Twitterati made fun of Sonam for not knowing India’s national anthem.

The column, which started with, “You might call me a ‘bimbo’, a ‘naachne wali’, but you know what, I’m a terribly self-assured woman. I have a strong sense of self and I don’t need you to tell me who I am.”

She added, “The trolls can be sexist and judgmental but I know I’m smart and capable of expressing an opinion. I’m a successful woman, a feminist, a humanist, a national award winner and I say this with a great sense of pride and satisfaction: I get to live a fairy tale life every single day. I walk the international stage, I’m an avid reader with a library full of books, I am a consumer of news, an engaged Indian and so very capable of having a discussion on any issue, with anyone. Just because I’m an actor, it doesn’t mean I can’t have an opinion. I’ve spoken up often.”

But Twitterverse wasn;t interested in her thoughts, but only sharing a quote from the piece that seemed to suggest that she didn’t knwo the national anthem.

The quote that was shared extensively online read, “I love my country but for some of you — and you’re the bigots, not me — I become ‘anti-national’ only because I ask questions or choose to be critical. Listen to the national anthem… recall the line you heard as kids, ‘Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Issai…'”.

Now, Twitterati were assumed that she meant ‘Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Issai…” was part of the national anthem, which clearly she didn’t. People just started abusing her by reminding the actress that the words didn’t appear in the song.

Thank you so much twitter for the amazing response to my article and also to the #trolls who proved my point by the way they responded ðÂ?¤Â?❤ðÂ?Â?®ðÂ?Â?³

— Sonam Kapoor (@sonamakapoor) April 21, 2017

The national award winning actress responded to the trolls on Twitter with a post, “Thank you so much twitter for the amazing response to my article and also to the #trolls who proved my point by the way they responded”


I think India will win the #IPL trophy #SonamKapoorQuotes

— prvz prsd sngh dsuza (@pcee19) April 21, 2017

“Manchester United is my favourite team in the IPL”#SonamKapoorQuotes

— SAGAR (@sagarcasm) April 21, 2017

“My favourite tennis player is Arbaaz Khan”#SonamKapoorQuotes

— SAGAR (@sagarcasm) April 21, 2017

“I have read the bible and it says that Allah is one true God”#SonamKapoorQuotes

— SAGAR (@sagarcasm) April 21, 2017

He is Ajay Devgn.#SonamKapoorQuotespic.twitter.com/MzWe0GF5Uu

— Teetotaler Bewda (@AiyyashBilla_) April 21, 2017

Don’t know y but to all those people whom I hate for no reason always ends up giving me a reason to hate. ðÂÂ?ÂÂ?ÂÂ? #SonamKapoorQuotes#sonamkapoorpic.twitter.com/sRz7XQISFH

— Raghav (@RAGHAV_BINDAL28) April 21, 2017

Pigeon is the National Bird of India ðÂÂ?ÂÂ?®ðÂÂ?ÂÂ?³ #SonamKapoorQuotespic.twitter.com/VcTfxKhn2u

— Balaji (@Balaji_201) April 21, 2017

Here’s our National Anthem & I’ve even used a Torch ðÂÂ?ÂÂ?¦ but couldn’t find Hindu, Muslim, Sikkh, Isaai ! #SonamKapoor ðÂÂ?ÂÂ?ÂÂ?ðÂÂ?ÂÂ?ÂÂ? #SonamKapoorQuotespic.twitter.com/qii1Vd8yC6

— Ravi ðÂÂ?ÂÂ?®ðÂÂ?ÂÂ?³ (@135_ravi) April 21, 2017

Anil Kapoor after listening #SonamKapoor’s version of National Anthem: pic.twitter.com/dg1wcRdbQu

— IMRAN KHAN (@imranmkkhan) April 21, 2017

Galti se mistake hogaya!

National Anthem by #SonamKapoorpic.twitter.com/UaLdU53XBW

— निà¤ÂÂ?िता मà¤ÂÂ?तà¥Âरà¥ÂÂ? (@MantriNikita) April 21, 2017

Alia Bhatt is the happiest person on Earth today!

Finally there’s someone who can act dumber than her! #SonamKapoorpic.twitter.com/0tffau9Mwn

— निà¤ÂÂ?िता मà¤ÂÂ?तà¥Âरà¥ÂÂ? (@MantriNikita) April 21, 2017

Never knew our National Anthem was updated around the time when Sonam was a kid.. pic.twitter.com/POSf2E1tKw

— Keh Ke Peheno (@coolfunnytshirt) April 21, 2017

Like Sonam Kapoor, I also love that part of National Anthem where it says “Yeh Mera India, I love my India”

— Nerd Stark (@itsaashuu) April 21, 2017

Cool, so all this while @sonamakapoor was passing off a song which has the lines ‘Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Issai’ as national anthem. ðÂÂ?ÂÂ?ÂÂ?

— Nikhil (@red_devil22) April 21, 2017

Which National Anthem is she talking about? Never knew @sonamakapoor is so ignorant. Film stars should study also, lest they resemble dodos. https://t.co/RhdQ7sLM7y

— Pramod Kumar Singh (@SinghPramod2784) April 21, 2017

Never Knew, We Were Singing The Wrong Rendition Of Our #NationalAnthem All The Time
Thanks @sonamakapoor for making Us Realise
1- NA
2- S_NA pic.twitter.com/9JWcYVKAcE

— Sangram Malik (@sangram_malik) April 21, 2017

@sonamakapoor wisdom reached zenith. Hindu Muslim Sikh isai becomes national anthem for this converted secular. तà¥ÂÂ?रा à¤ÂÂ?à¥Âया हà¥ÂÂ?à¤ÂÂ?ा रà¥ÂÂ? सà¥ÂÂ?नम ðÂÂ?ÂÂ?

— Rajeev Sinha (@rajeevsinha2304) April 21, 2017

Me :- Who wrote our National Anthem?@sonamakapoor : Its simple, Javed Akhtar! #SonamKapoorQuotes@AshiQuotes@RitaG74@SV99999

— A call from 1945 (@Acallfrom1945) April 21, 2017

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