Celebs are often trolled on social networking platforms for their take on something or maybe just a random post which doesn’t suit the appetite of the social media users. The recent one to fall prey to online trolling was actor Karan Kundra. The actor shared a throwback picture of him posing with ex GF Kritika Kamra and actress Pooja Gor, announcing of going live with these gorgeous ladies. Though this left many of his and the actress’ fans excited, one of the users trolled him and called him a lady.
Without losing his cool and being bogged down with such a comment, he gave a befitting reply which won many hearts on the internet. We can guarantee with this reply Karan has just added more female fans to his fan base. Giving a befitting reply to his troller, he mentioned being proud to be called a lady, as women are powerful and hence he doesn't have any problem to be called as a lady. The actor has posted a video on his TikTok, where he spoke about the entire trolling scene.
The actor feels now it is time to change the thinking, he also penned a long Instagram post.
He says, “To degrade a man, we call him a woman. But, is that okay? No, with such thinking we are not going to be able to compete with other countries. It's high time we change our thinking. We're debating on Youtube Vs Tiktok, but how is that possible with such filthy thinking. Soch Badalni padegi India!” ALSO READ: Karan Kundra Gets Called A 'Lady' By A Troll As He Announces Live Session with Ex Kritika Kamra; Actor's Savage Reply Is Noteworthy
He further adds, “I don't have a problem with the guy who trolled me. He might have not even thought twice before commenting. Our society has made these things very common, 'Arey why are you behaving like a girl.” ALSO READ: Karan Kundra RUBBISHES Breakup Rumours With GF Anusha Dandekar, ‘We Are Still Together’
Image Source: Instagram/kkundrra
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