It's not everyday that you see the first family of Bollywood ruffled. Not even when Abhishek Bachchan was trolled for disasters like Bol Bachchan and his practically non-existing career. He's taken all the memes and jokes on him on social media like a sport with no other option than to keep calm about everything.
On Thursday, however, the Bachchan boy decided to give it back to a troll for tweeting about his daughter Aaradhya.
His films like Dhoom, Bol Bachchan, Dus and the fact that his father is the biggest superstar of the country, makes Abhishek Bachchan the target of jokes, memes on social media. On Tuesday, however, Abhishek Bachchan decided to give it back to one of his trolls.
A Twitter user, @Mayankaryan084, posted a meme where he said Aaradhya would grow up watching flop films like Drona, Jhoom Barabar Jhoom, and then would ask her mother Aishwarya Rai why she married her father.
This tweet infuriated Abhishek so much that he went on a tweeting spree, venting his anger.
Abhishek tweeted, "you feeling better about yourself now??? Good! Glad to have been of service. Now go back to the hole you crawled out of. don’t like my movies? That’s cool. Will work harder to make movies you like. Bringing my daughter into it is NOT cool."
Mayank Tiwari then replied, "@juniorbachchan yes I feel like top of the world. Best thing I did in my life to stop watching your movie. Thank you sir." To whoich Abhishek wrote: "Abhishek Bachchan: @Mayankaryan084 to stop? That means you used to watch them. Thanks for the money."
Later, Mayank Tiwari deleted the meme and wrote, "@juniorbachchan if you want I will delete that post. I am sorry"
Now, taking on social media harrasers and teaching them a lesson or two is always welcome but why must Abhishek Bachchan pretend and take the higher moral ground that he is doing it all for his daughter and not himself? Why does he have to claim that he doesn't mind being the target of jokes when he actually does?