Sonam Kapoor talks about trolls, national anthem, gets trolled again on Twitter
New Delhi : Actress Sonam Kapoor got trolled on Twitter over an article she wrote over the increasing trolls and their side effects.
Bollywood 'Masakali' tried to expand her wings over trolls while using national anthem as her weapon to speak up her mind, but things backfired as many thought she is quoting lines from the national anthem.
The actress' column in Hindustan Times went viral, but unfortunately because Twitteratis made fun of her for not knowing 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. But, when it comes to trolling there are very few who actually pay attention to the minute details.
Interestingly, Sonam Kapoor came up with a better reply and thanked all for making the article trend.
The national award winning actress writes, "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."
Following is how she got trolled on Twitter: