Constantly being under scrutiny is a part and parcel of star status that our B-town celebs enjoy. No matter whatever they do whether good or bad, social media users are always interested in giving their uncalled-for opinion on it.
Sometimes we wonder what people get out of spewing venom and writing hate comments on social media but then there are also those rare incidents when these hyper-active users make some valid points while trolling the celebrities.
As the year is about the end we bring you in two parts 13 celebrities who got trolled mercilessly this year. While some of them where trolled for some obvious reasons others where trolled ‘just-like-that’. Have a look
1) Salman Khan:
The actor who was once embroiled in hit-and-run case warned youngsters about reckless driving and how they can endanger their as well as others life by not driving safely. This statement by the actor gave the Twitterati a field day and they literally went berserk and started posting some really hilarious posts.
Have a look:
Salman Khan lecturing on "road rage" is like Vijay Mallya giving a TED talk on "how to repay your debts on time."— Sreeparna Mazumder (@Sreeep) 6 June 2017
Salman Khan gives a lecture on road safety.— Shiv (@ForwardDefence) 6 June 2017
Irony gets run over on the streets.
Stop trolling Priyanka, she is protecting people from heat pic.twitter.com/aVwlA2DzsZ— Hardik (@Humor_Silly) 2 May 2017
Sunny Pa ji: Apna luck pehen kar chalo— Thought Gun (@ShootinThoughts) 2 May 2017
Priyanka: Poore gaon ka luck pehen kar chalo pic.twitter.com/5mSWqANvAf
Have you guys always wondered where Mr. Perfectionist Aamir Khan shot the Guzarish song for Ghajini?— Akshar (@AksharPathak) 2 May 2017
Me too. pic.twitter.com/r0Wc5J5ejQ
Ranveer Singh : "I had the worst outfit ever!"— ????hargav (@ThatIndianGuy) 2 May 2017
Priyanka Chopra : "Hold my beer!" pic.twitter.com/XTjhKaQZgH
Sir, myself coming from village area pic.twitter.com/piYtRt1j7f— The Skin Doctor ???? (@theskindoctor13) 2 May 2017
Ma’am, as far as I know… Most schools are shut for the week-end. She goes to school on the weekdays. Maybe you should try it considering you spelling in your tweet.— Abhishek Bachchan (@juniorbachchan) 4 December 2017