as informed in https://t.co/IcxuewcPMP— Randeep Hooda (@RandeepHooda) February 26, 2017Don’t call me a Martyrs daughter if that bothers you.
While some criticized Sehwag for comparing a cricket match to a war, others, like actor Randeep Hooda, spoke out in his support and said Gurmehar was being used as political pawn.
“Sehwag’s tweet, which has been retweeted 20,000 times, has earned the ire and approbation of Twitter users.
I don’t support violence perpetuated on students.
You can call me Gurmehar.
referring to ([email protected] )Following his controversial tweets calling a Kargil Martyr’s daughter, Gurmehar Kaur a ‘political prawn’, Bollywood actor Randeep Hooda, today justified his action by sharing a Facebook post mentioning, “Don’t hang me over a laugh”.
Justifying his stance on the matter Randeep Hooda, over a post in Facebook, said, “Viru cracked a joke and I admit I laughed.
Earlier after former cricketer Virendra Sehwag trolled Gurmehar over a video she posted on social media, last year, Randeep Hooda also engaged in the Twitter war saying “She (Gurmehar) is being made a pawn”.
After former cricketer Virendra Sehwag trolled Gurmehar over a video she posted on social media, last year, Randeep Hooda also engaged in the Twitter war saying “She (Gurmehar) is being made a pawn”.
I am not anti-national.”Further reacting to Gurmehar’s response to his tweets, Randeep mentioned, “This girl’s voice is important, but not more important than every other citizen.
Ramjas college row: Randeep Hooda replies to Gurmehar Kaur, says neither he nor Virendra Sehwag bullied her
referring to Downplaying the nastiness of Sehwag’s jibe against Gurmehar, Hooda said, “Viru cracked a joke and I admit I laughed.
Hours after Gurmehar accused Sehwag, Hooda and other celebs of bullying her, the veteran actor struck back, saying that neither him, nor Virendra Sehwag is responsible for bullying him.
New Delhi, Feb 27: Bollywood superstar Randeep Hooda posted a strongly worded reply on social media to Gurmehar Kaur, the 20-year-old daughter of Kargil martyr, who has emerged at the centre of Ramjas college controversy.
Gurmehar had posted a message of Facebook, carrying a placard which stated, “Pakistan did not kill my dad.
He is so witty and this is one of the other million things he’s said that has made me crack up.
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