Sonam Kapoor Slams Vivek Oberoi For His Tweet On Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

Aaradhya Bachchan wins us over with her dance moves as Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and family cheer her on- view pics

Sonam Kapoor Slams Vivek Oberoi For His Tweet On Aishwarya Rai Bachchan

So, recalling history of Aish's past relationships that involved him as well, Vivek put up a meme that called Aish-Salman an Opinion Poll, followed by himself and Aish an Exit Poll and Aish's happy family picture with Abhishek and daughter Aaradhya as the End Result.

Sonam Kapoor was the first celebrity to slam Vivek Oberoi for the meme calling it, "disgusting and classless". "I don't think this is hurting anyone's sentiments".

While Vivek has reacted by advising Sonam to not "overact" and "overreact", saying: "I advise you to not overact in your films, and don't overreact on social media".

The women's commission said it will also approach Twitter to take down the offensive tweet. The meme shared by the actor on the exit poll, mocked Aishwarya, Salman and Abhishek. After the National Commission of Women sent him a notice, a defiant Mr Oberoi told ANI that he doesn't think he has done anything wrong, that people are making a huge issue out of it and that he doesn't know what he should apologise for. "No politics here... just life".

"I have read her tweet". Oberoi, who is playing the role of Narendra Modi in an upcoming biopic on the prime minister, was on the list of the Bharatiya Janata Party's star campaigners in Gujarat.

The commission's notice described Oberoi's post as insulting and misogynistic. "At least show the decency to pull off the post if not apologise to the lady and her little girl", actor-turned-politician Urmila Matondkar tweeted. (To stop overacting in films and overreacting on social media). If I have done something wrong, I will apologise.

Vivek Oberoi also made headlines when he questioned actor Kamal Hassan on his tweet about terrorism, he wrote, "Dear Kamal sir, you are a great artiste".

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