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Kapil Sharma Finally Spoke Up On Social Media Trolls & Called Them Unplanned Kids

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Kapil Sharma Finally Spoke Up On Social Media Trolls & Called Them Unplanned Kids

Everything seems to be going right for the ace comedian Kapil Sharma nowadays as he appears to be stable in both personal and professional lives. He recently got married to Ginni Chatrath and his comedy show The Kapil Sharma Show (TKSS) is getting good ratings but somehow, he is not able to save himself from getting trolled on social media.

If you remember, the celebrity judge of Kapil’s show Navjot Singh Sidhu was slammed heavily on social media when the cricketer turned politician supported talks with Pakistan after the horrific Pulwama incident.

It resulted in such a huge uproar that Sidhu was asked to leave the show and for some time, the other members of TKSS maintained silence on the matter.

However later on, Kapil supported Sidhu and said that sending him out of the show is not the solution. This didn’t go well with social media users and they not only started trolling him but also asked people to boycott TKSS.

Recently during an event when Kapil was asked to say something on the trolls, what he said was quite amusing and hilarious.

The “Firangi” actor categorised social media followers in three categories – the first are fans, the second are those fans who criticise as well and the third ones are useless people who are there to spread negativity. Kapil compared the third breed to unplanned kids who came into the world without any planning and just because the weather was good.

According to him, nowadays Internet data is free because of which almost everyone is on phone all the time and doesn’t even think twice before saying something bad to a person. He further added that in the beginning, he used to respond to them but now he has understood that the best way to deal with them is to ignore them.

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