Celina Jaitley shuts down troll who said she SLEPT with Feroz Khan & his son Fardeen

Bollywood actress Celina Jaitley has hit back at a Twitter troll after he posted a tweet accusing her of sleeping with both Feroz Khan and his son Fardeen Khan. In a scathing reply, the actress slammed Sandhu for his derogatory comments and urged Twitter to take action against him.

Self-proclaimed film critic Umair Sandhu’s tweet read: “#CelinaJaitley is the only Actress in Bollywood who slept with both Father (Feroze Khan) & son (Fardeen Khan) many times.”

Jaitley was quick to respond with a strongly-worded message that not only defended her reputation but also called out Sandhu for his offensive tweet.

“Dear Mr. Sandhu, I hope posting this gave you the much-needed girth and length to become a man and some hope to cure you of your erectile dysfunction. There are other ways to fix your problem…like going to a doctor, you must try it sometime! #celinajaitly @TwitterSafety pls take action,” she tweeted.

The actress’s response has garnered a lot of support from her fans and followers, who have praised her for standing up against cyberbullying and slut-shaming. Many have also called on Twitter to take action against Sandhu for his offensive remarks.

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Celina Jaitley, who has acted in several Bollywood films including “No Entry” and “Apna Sapna Money Money”, has been vocal about issues related to women’s rights and has been a prominent advocate for the LGBTQ+ community in India. Her response to Sandhu’s tweet is a testament to her strength and resilience in the face of online harassment and abuse.

Celina’s first foray into Bollywood was with the movie Janasheen, in which she starred alongside Feroz Khan and Fardeen Khan. According to reports, the now-deceased actor launched Celina’s career, and the actress herself has stated in interviews that she was treated like royalty by Feroz Khan and his family during the making of the film. Janasheen was a labor of love for Feroz Khan, who not only produced but also co-wrote, directed, and edited the movie.