Tisca Chopra received a marriage proposal on Twitter. Here's how the actress replied
Tisca Chopra is already married, and has a daughter. But that didn't stop an admirer from tweeting a proposal
Mumbai: Tisca Chopra got a marriage proposal on Twitter, and the actress, who is already married to Sanjay Chopra, said yes.
A Twitter user asked her on social media: "Will you marry me?"
The actress, who has been lauded for roles in films like Taare Zameen Par, Qissa and Rahasya, saw the funny side of it, and commented that she was "waiting to be asked".
Tisca posted: "Was just waiting to be asked, thank you. Yes I will. Please send me all details. My husband also wants to see who I am leaving him for."
The actress, who has a daughter, turned showstopper for designer Kavita Bhartia at the Amazon India Fashion Week (AIFW) 2017. She walked the ramp on Friday, 14 October.
On the professional front, Tisca is busy shooting for short film Chutney, which takes a look into the world of the Indian middle class.
Here's a look at Tisca's witty riposte, and tweeple's appreciation of it:
Was just waiting to be asked, thank you. Yes I will. Please send me all details. My husband also wants to see who I am leaving him for.. https://t.co/AqtvngLAo7
— Tisca Chopra (@tiscatime) October 13, 2016
@tiscatime epic reply 😂😂😂😂
— The Good Bad Girl (@insane_case) October 14, 2016
Very smart 👌👌😂 https://t.co/R9NHUmqVAc
— shalini (@shalinisaxena6) October 14, 2016
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