Karan Patel Gives An Open WARNING To An Anonymous Person On Social Media

Yeh Hai Mohabbatein star Karan Patel shared a post on his Instagram giving an open warning to an anonymous person on social media

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Karan Patel Gives An Open WARNING To An Anonymous Person On Social Media
Due to the digital age, there have been several advantages and disadvantages. Social media has helped us to stay in touch with our loved ones but has also its share of disadvantages. It is an ongoing trend lately, to troll and send unsuitable messages to actors.

Now, Karan Patel lost his cool on an anonymous person. He took to his Instagram account to warn the person. As per reports, the anonymous person sent inappropriate texts to Ankita, his wife. Reacting to this, the actor took to his Instagram page to share a screenshot of the person’s account and shared it with a warning post to teach the person a lesson. The account of the person is @didufan8 and the post was captioned, “Warning”, with an angry emoji. The picture also read,” The M**F** using this account, consider this an ULTIMATUM. Next time I WILL HUNT YOU DOWN & TEAR YOU APART A****.”

Karan Patel’s fans have been a support to him during these circumstances, but also question the actors’ fury against the person. The fans are also questioning the actor as he has lost his cool and used an abusive tone of language for this particular anonymous person.

The actor is also going to take the necessary action needed, but he clearly has the support of his fan following. Karan is also going to approach the cyber crime cell to indentify the culprit and take necessary action against the person.

Karan Patel has been famous for his show Ye Hai Mohabbatein where he plays the character of Raman Kumar Bhalla. The actor has also starred on the big screen in films City of Gold, Shootout at Wadala and Phamous.

Image Source: Instagram/karan9198

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