Fans on social media get brutal with SRK, Raveena

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Fans on social media gets brutal with SRK, Raveena
Fans on social media gets brutal with SRK, Raveena

Dehradun : When you are a celebrity especially in a country like India, you are always under a public scanner. People are keen to know about them. Sometime it is a boon but at times it’s a mess. Same thing happens with SRK and Raveena Tandon.

SRK got trolled on social media for the title of his upcoming movie with Imtiaz Ali “Jab Harry Met Sajel”.

Many b-town celebrities suggested the title for the movie. Alia Bhatt who worked with SRK in the movie “Dear Zindagi” was also among them. Alia seems quite upset about her title being not selected to which SRK replied that he have kept the title for the film you and I do next.

It was actor Ranbir Kapoor whose title was finalised. Sajel Badala ,a twitter user wrote “SRK thanks for turning me into a meme”. Shahrukh who is known for his witty sense of humour replied “I am so sorry Sajel Badala.Hope you like my next film title better it’s called Badala…oops ‘Badle ki Aag’.

Bollywood Actress Raveena Tandon also remained in controversy for her post in social media. Raveena posted a picture of her in Saree captioning “A saree day…will I be termed Communal, Sanghi, Bhakt, Hindutva icon? If I say I love wearing saree and I think it’s the most elegant.

Soon after her tweet, Raveena was trolled on twitter.Many fans says it was a publicity stunt by her to gain attention and she is desperate to comeback in movies.

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