Pooja Bhatt gave it back to the troll who called her a Drug Addict


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Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra is currently making headlines for all the wrong reasons. Well, the actress was recently slammed for hurting the sentiments of her fellow Indians. It all happened due to her International venture ‘Quantico Season 3′. One of the episodes highlighted Indian terrorists, who plot an attack in Manhattan with the motive of blaming Pakistan for it. PeeCee’ character, FBI agent Alex Parrish, recognizes one of the terrorists by a Hindu symbol (a Rudraksha chain) and later takes down the terrorists and thwart their plans.

On receiving a lot of flak from her fans on social media, the actress had to eventually come out and apologize for the same. Taking to her Twitter handle, the actress wrote,”I’m extremely saddened and sorry that some sentiments have been hurt by a recent episode of Quantico. That was not and would never be my intention. I sincerely apologise. I’m a proud Indian and that will never change.” (Also ReadPooja Bhatt upset with double standards on ‘Quantico’ row)

Check out her tweet here:

Even after her apology, people were still enraged and burned posters of her show in Delhi on Sunday. Watching the violent reactions of the people, there was no one from the industry who stood up for the actress except for Mahesh Bhatt‘s daughter Pooja Bhatt.

Defending Chopra, Pooja tweeted, “When Priyanka Chopra makes a mark for herself Internationally we claim her achievements as our own & then threaten to ban her films & make her apologise for a work of fiction that has been created by someone else. Can we please attempt to be larger than that?”

Check out her tweet here:

Pooja, who has always spoken about controversial topics didn’t shy away from casting her opinion on the aforementioned row. Litlle did she know, that the trolls were coming her way. Opposing Pooja’s tweet, was one user who slammed her by saying, ” Starting doing drugs now?”.  To which Bhatt did not mince her words and replied, ” Yes it is a drug called ‘reality’. Goes well with ‘tolerance’ & can be enhanced with a pinch or truckload of salt depending on one’s outlook on life. 😊”

Check out the conversation here-

Supporting his daughter, father Mahesh Bhatt also slammed the troll by saying, “Trying to make a person who is blinded by his belief see reality is like trying to free a paranoid schizophrenic of his delusions.”

No doubt, the Bhatts definitely know to give it back to the ones who try to rub them in a wrong way.