Contentious Tweets of Rishi Kapoor, showing his fearlessness against trolling

by Shatakshi Gupta

We have always seen the eagerness of Actor Rishi Kapoor, who is no more among us. He had always been an active as well as a keen social media user, he also always replied to all the people who some way or the other trolled him for his tweets. Rather, he had always faced all those criticisms very fearlessly each and every time, despite them of being so controversial. The real lover boy, or also known as the chocolate boy of Hindi film industry, Rishi Kapoor, always maintained his honest as well as straightforward attitude through his tweets that he made in the past. Some of his infamous or rather contentious tweets are compiled for you below.

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His Tweet over Beef and Religion:

“I am angry. Why do you equate food with religion?? I am a beef eating Hindu. Does that mean I am less God fearing then a non-eater? Think!!

His call for the imposition of Emergency during coronavirus due to attacks on doctors:

“Dear fellow Indians. We must and have to declare EMERGENCY. Look at what’s happening all over the country! If the TV is to believed, people are beating policemen and medical staff! There is no other way to contain the situation. It is only good for all of us. Panic is setting in.”

When he called out to the government for banning, sale of alcohol during COVID-19 lockdown:

“Think. Government should for some time in the evening open all licensed liquor stores. Don’t get me wrong. Man will be at home only what with all this depression, uncertainty around. Cops,doctors,civilians,etc… need some release. Black mein to sell ho hi raha hai.”

He also extended his support for Kanika Kapoor through his tweets:

“Think. Chalo Delhi airport se nikal gayi. Why an establishment like The Taj Lucknow Hotel didn’t have the facility to screen visitors? After all the Taj is a huge name and a property. Surely they could have detected!” He rather questioned the authorities of The Taj Lucknow, about how they can miss the screening of their visitors.

One more contentious Tweet over Nirbhaya Case:

Nirbhaya Case. Tareekh pe tareekh, tareekh pe tareekh, tareekh pe tareekh- “Damini”. Ridiculous!

Rishi Kapoor took his last breath on 30 April, 2020. Though he was 67, but he was yet so lively as well as a fun loving man. He was admitted in Mumbai’s H. N. Reliance Foundation Hospital just a day before his death on 29 April,2020. After his long battle with cancer, he left us behind with all his memories, as well as his amazing movies. The news of his death was another huge loss of the Hindi Film Industry, which came just a day after we witnessed the demise of another great actor Irrfan Khan.