Jokes apart: How celebs like Randeep Hooda can stay away from social media fart

Jokes apart: How celebs like Randeep Hooda can stay away from social media fart news
img By Vishal Verma | 28 Feb 2017 16:34:58.8600000 IST

Don’t hang me over a laugh! Said Bollywood handsome Randeep Hooda who committed the crime of expressing his sentiments over a joke poked by cricketer Virendra Sehwag on a current political situation as per the reports.

This is a very strange catch 22 situation which I wish even our biggest enemies should not be trapped.

But there is a rescue if you are a celebrity and you find yourself zapped like Hooda.


Just mukar (deny) and say you have not done it. Some vested interest is doing so.
(it’s a child play for celebs, they convincingly deny their alleged affairs so it’s so easy to say ‘no’ rather than offering yourself to be latkao on suli).


Delete your account immediately and become invisible

This will add more mystery and give the celebrity a proper ground to prove that a conspiracy is planned against him


If popular enough, then announce a film on your pain and make it into an art

As a popular neta (politician) is known for bhashan (speech), a top Bollywood celeb especially if an actor is known for his acting. If some goof up has happened, immediately announce a film – much better if it’s based on the same incident that has triggered the troll.

(Remember the famous Carrie Fisher’s quote that was said by the legendary Meryl Streep in her infectious speech at the 2017 Golden Globes recently - 'Take your broken heart, make it into art.', the heart break caused to the celeb might be genuinely right and the celeb may be wrongly trolled. What better than to transform the feeling on celluloid)



Take a clue from Ranbir Kapoor

Simple. Avoid dangers of getting trolled. Stay away ‘officially’ from social media the way heartthrobs like Ranbir Kapoor do and be happy in your world enjoying all the ‘beauty’ around.