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    "Vivek Oberoi childish tweet"

    It's in news about Vivek Oberoi's childish tweet he did few days back. In the tweet he commented on the life of Aishwarya Rai bachchan sacarstically.

    He actually did it jokingly but that was not a joke when you comment about the past of a lady publically. His tweet was criticised by everyone.

    It's very sad that celebrities whom we think our ideal have such sick mentality.

    Though Vivek on Tuesday apologised for posting the meme, and deleted the tweet. He wrote, "Sometimes what appears to be funny and harmless at first glance to one, may not be so to others. What a good thing he wrote by apologising. If everyone understands it then this world becomes good for everyone.
  • #665683
    It is good that Vivek Oberoi has apologised for this unintentional twitter submission. A sincere apology means a good intention and should be accepted in that spirit. Celebrities have their own life and people have no right to comment about them except some general criticism about their artistic performance.
    Knowledge is power.

  • #665701
    A perfect example of how one should be cautious while taking to social media. One has to be responsible, mature and balanced while passing comments and liking them with images especially of children apart from women. This case also highlights that while one can have his/her right to creative freedom or expression, such misadventures would not go unnoticed.

    Lastly, an important point here is the involvement of a celebrity. Celebrities, actors, politicians are all public figures. Any action or comment by such people often come under much more scrutiny by public and other agencies. Glad that the apology came in and the matter could be closed.

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