ICC Women's World Cup 2017: Rishi Kapoor trolled for tweet on 'Sourav Ganguly's shirtless celebration'
Rishi Kapoor tweeted asking for repeat of Sourav Ganguly's shirtless celebration from 2002 in the ICC Women's World Cup 2017 final.
Rishi Kapoor is in the news due to his ridiculous Twitter antics once again, and we are running out of different ways to report his activities.
This time Kapoor took to Twitter and said this -
Waiting for a repeat of Sourav Ganguly's act on the balcony of The Lords Ground,London,when India beat England 2002 NatWest series final! YO pic.twitter.com/z1XAde3JLb
— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) July 23, 2017
We have officially facepalmed ourselves into the next galaxy, and it seems like a large portion of Twitter (including Mr Kapoor's fans) share our sentiment (for obvious reasons). The actor got trolled for writing his not-very-well thought out statement directed at the Indian women's team captain Mithali Raj during the ICC Women's World Cup final match against England on 23 July. Kapoor then took his massive foot and put it in his mouth once again (we are beginning to think it might be his favourite delicacy) and clarified his statement with this -
WHAT WRONG HAVE I SAID? I DIDNT SAY ANY FEMALE PLAYER SHOULD!I ONLY SAID SOURAV GANGULY SHOULD REPEAT HIS SHOW. YOU HAVE A WRONG MIND DEAR! — Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) July 23, 2017
Here are some of the Twitterati's reactions to Kapoor's airheaded statement
Uncle ne fir chada li...wo b din mein
Sunday ka poora maja lete hai... https://t.co/bVVxrZS3qG
— MSD Fan..!! (@Msd4evr) July 23, 2017
Sir aaj jack daniels ya black label 😑 — johnny (@o9o9o9o9e) July 23, 2017
— Lavanya L Narayanan (@themadrasponnu) July 23, 2017
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