Actor Ranvir Shorey has used objectionable words by tweeting a picture of former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. After this tweet of his, many people have also trolled him for the language used on social media. In such a situation, the actor has deleted his objectionable tweet. The actor, in response to a tweet, also admitted that his language was ‘objectionable’ in this tweet and hence he has deleted this tweet.
Actor Ranvir Shorey, who has appeared in films like ‘Ek Tha Tiger’, ‘Singh Is King’ and ‘Angrezi Medium’, often shares many memes and political pictures on social media. Recently, Ranvir Shorey shared a picture of the country’s first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, in which another person was seen standing with him. The actor used objectionable words with this picture.
Now another tweet of him is going viral. In this tweet, he has written abusive words with the picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Although that abuse is not for the PM. But people are considering the inappropriate language used in this tweet as a misuse of celebrity status.
The amazing thing is that not only did Ranvir post in objectionable language, but he even responded all the people who asked him to improve the language or criticized him in any way with abusive words. This is not the first time he has used abusive language. He has been a history sheeter in this matter.
After making the tweet, Ranvir felt that he had made a funny tweet. While reading the ballads in his praise, he writes-
“There’s a hidden meme in me too, bro”
When people started talking about his political alignment, Ranvir replied to them and wrote-
“Don’t blame me. The whole mistake is of the opposition, who have nothing constructive to give to this country. They have had only one agenda since 2014 – hatred for Modi.”
When the public took a dig at Ranvir for using abusive language on social media, he tweeted saying-
“Good morning, I could have used better language for the caption. Apologies for that. I have learned a lesson.”
A user asked Ranvir Shorey, ‘Why did you need to delete your tweets. Couldn’t you stick to your word?’
Ranvir Shorey also gave the reason for deleting his tweet.
To this the actor replied, ‘I have deleted those tweets because I used ‘objectionable language’ in them. I have no shame in admitting my mistakes.