Ever since paparazzi spread the news of Virat Kohli dating Anushka Sharma, the internet has gone crazy over it. At first, it was all nice and rosy but with time, the true colours of the uneducated lot came to light. And finally, it’s enough. Virat Kohli slams haters for rude and unnecessary trolling of Anushka Sharma.
Virat’s performance has been time and again connected to Anushka and she has had to bear the brunt of being a celebrity in India. Fans have attacked her on the social network and blamed her for the lost matches and poor scores. Ruthless jokes and memes have endlessly floated on the internet for people to enjoy at her cost.
Fans have continuously trolled Anushka Sharma on Twitter and Facebook. They have even exceeded their limits and called her Panauti!
— Anna MM Vetticad (@annavetticad) March 26, 2015
It’s sad to see that people with proper education and upbringing have such downtrodden mentality. For once, if we could have thought that celebrities are also normal people like us. Their life is constantly under a public scanner and we could try and not be assholes.
But, it seems all these trolls have had is a qualification and not an education. So Virat decided he has had enough and it’s time for him to teach them a lesson. He posted a picture of a wall with SHAME written on it. HE also tweeted that “She has always only given me positivity”…
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) March 28, 2016
Virat also took to Instagram to post an elaborate message, “If anything she has only motivated and given me more positivity.”
Shame on those people who have been having a go at anushka for the longest time and connecting every negative thing to her. Shame on those people calling themselves educated. Shame on blaming and making fun of her when she has no control over what i do with my sport. If anything she has only motivated and given me more positivity. This was long time coming. Shame on these people that hide and take a dig. And i dont need any respect for this post. Have some compassion and respect her. Think of how your sister or girlfriend or wife would feel if someone trolled them and very conveniently rubbished them in public. #nocompassion#nocommonsense
Earlier. he posted another picture on Instagram asking trolls to tone down the fun and do something constructive with their life.
Sharing this for the caption under the picture. This is for the trollers and the weak ones who hide and make fun of people and intend to start ‘trending’. Use that energy to make something out of your life. It’s precious. Making fun of someone is the easiest job out there. I guess they just like it easy in life. I feel bad for them.
A photo posted by Virat Kohli (@virat.kohli) on
Seriously people, it’s enough now. We all enjoy jokes but not at the cost of other people. Even big shot celebrities get bothered and at times saddened by rude remarks. Let’s not make our fun a nuisance for someone else…