Rishi Kapoor in reply to Farook Abdullah gets badly trolled on Social media

Rishi Kapoor

Bollywood actor Rishi Kapoor who voices his support in the name of Farook Abdullah, and tweeted “Jammu and Kashmir is ours, and POK is theirs” on twitter. He also said that this is the only way we can actually solve our problem.

It’s never been something new for this Bollywood actor Rishi Kapoor to get into controversies again and again. This veteran actor who is quite active in micro blogging, often lands up touching the wrong nerves with all his tweets. In one of the incidents 65 year old was trolled for expressing his views. Last Saturday during an national conference, we had Farook Abdullah talking about independent Kashmir being surrounded by three nuclear powers and that is India, China and Pakistan.

He also said that Pakistan occupied Kashmir, POK belongs to Pakistan and hence the situation will continue to be the same irrespective of the number of wars between India and Pakistan. The former minister of Jammu and Kashmir also said that the ones who have been talking about freedom are in fact wrong.

Taking this forward and voicing the support of Farooq Abdullah, the actor later came forward and tweeted that he completely agrees with Abdulla. “J&K is ours, and POK is theirs,” the actor wrote, adding that it is the only way “we can solve our problem”.

The actor also wrote that he wishes to see Pakistan before his life comes to an end, and wants his children to see the roots too. “Farooq Abdhulla ji, Salaam! Totally agree with you sir. J&K is ours, and POK is theirs. This is the only way we can actually come forward and solve our problem. I completely Accept it, I am 65 years old and I want to see Pakistan before my life comes to an end. I want my children to see their roots. Bas karva Dijiye. Jai Mata Di!” he wrote.

Have a look out at his tweets right here:

His words were not that easy to digest for the social media. While some of the users assumed that he must have been drunk as it’s a weekend, we had one of the users who came forward and said, “Who is stopping u & ur children from visiting Pakistan! U have money & reasons do what u want to do but why to divide Indian state for your sentiments?”



Have a look at what others have said right here:

There were also some of the tweets that turned out to be really very bad and ugly.

So what are your personal views on the entire issue that has turned out to happen this way? Tell us in the comments section given below. Stay tuned for more updates about the entertainment industry.

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