Rishi Kapoor Gets Slammed For Weird Tweets

Everyone in Dubai, Paris, London, Toronto, Istanbul, and New York knows that Rishi Kapoor gets passionate sometimes for voicing his opinions about India-Pakistan relationship.




The veteran actor is making the headlines these days. He tweeted cheeky jibes about India-Pakistan final a few days ago and was caught by some Pakistanis. Various youngsters replied to his tweets, and they did not seem to be in good moods.

The match is over, and Pakistan has been the winner, but Rishi’s comments still fire flames. He has even been vocal for sensitive topics like politics and Kashmir issue. This time, Rishi has gotten a series of replies from Pakistanis which are enough to make him realize that he should amend his ways in future.

A couple of days ago, he took it to Twitter to share his thoughts about Pakistani cricket team. He posted some weird comments which caught everyone’s attention in no time. A large number of Muslims got back to Rishi with their opinions. Some of them called him an angry old man with no sense of humor, while others suggested Kapoor not to cross his limits. Even a couple of Pakistanis abused him as they were mad at his stupid comments about Pakistani cricket team.






Things are over now, and Rishi Kapoor has openly admitted his mistake. Last night, he shared a tweet in which he admired the performance of Pakistani cricket team and said sorry for his bad words. His banter failed to meet well by everyone, in response to which Rishi posted that he wants peace so Pakistanis should stop destroying the humanity. Immediately after this tweet, a lot of people replied and shared their thoughts, leading Rishi Kapoor to shut his mouth.

People of Paris, Dubai, Toronto, London, New York, and Istanbul want Rishi and other members of his family to amend their ways, or else they would have to face similar problems in future too.

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