Ranvir Shorey recently addressed his relationship with ex-girlfriend Pooja Bhatt in a series of tweets on social media. The actor slammed a news report about his and Pooja Bhatt’s ‘abusive relationship’ and mentioned that it was he who was abused and not the other way around. During an AMA session on Twitter, Ranvir Shorey reacted to a fan question on how he overcame the negative media coverage after the Bhatt family fallout. The actor opened up on how he bounced back after the fallout.
On Twitter, one fan tweeted, “You expressed how an influential family of Bollywood (of course Bhatts), painted your bad image in public through press. How you overcame that? Any tips for misunderstood people. You seem the best person to ask as you stood the test of time & didn’t quit.”
The fan questioned Ranvir Shorey about how he bounced back from the negative media coverage of him painted by an influential family of Bollywood. Reacting to the question made by the fan, Ranvir Shorey replied and tweeted, “Lies travels fast. Truth lasts longest.” The actor mentioned in his tweet how lies travels fast but mentioned how it's always the truth that lasts longest.
Lies travels fast. Truth lasts longest. https://t.co/jnXc1HBHuL— Ranvir Shorey (@RanvirShorey) September 6, 2020
Meanwhile, Ranvir Shorey opened up on how he bounced back after his fallout with the Bhatt family. In an interview with Hindustan Times, Shorey said that the Bhatts would lie about him, saying that he is alcoholic and an abuser, on every platform that they would get. The actor also revealed that a bad image being painted of him got very toxic for him leading to him having to leave the country. Also Read: Ranvir Shorey Says He Was Abused In The Relationship With Pooja Bhatt; Says Manish Makhija Was His Best Friend Until He ‘Turned Around And Married Her’
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