Ranveer Singh Gives A Tight-Slapping Reply To Everyone Who Trolled Him For Tweeting ‘Losing My Religion’


The current generation’s methodic actor Ranveer Singh never fails to impress us, be it his dramatic transformations for his characters in films or his out of the box fashion choices. After Ram Leela and Bajirao Mastani’s blockbuster successes, all eyes are set on Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone once again as their upcoming film ‘Padmavati’ is set to release.

ranveer singh details in padmavati movie poster

The film is centered around the life of Rani Padmini who is being played by Deepika, while Ranveer appears as Alauddin Khilji. It also stars Shahid Kapoor, essaying Maharawal Ratan Singh. The movie is all set to release on December 1 as Ranveer Singh, who plays Alauddin Khilji in the grand epic, has wrapped up his portion of the saga. He turned up for a celebration by his co-star Deepika Padukone.

The actor’s aggressive avatar as Khilji caught the attention of Bollywood buffs. He sports kohl eyes, long tresses, and a scar on his face for the role of the anti-hero in the period drama. Deepika essays the title role in the movie, which sets out to tell the tale of the valor and heroism of Rajputs. Shahid Kapoor features as her husband.

ranveer singh in padmavati vs shahid kapoor

After the shooting of the film was wrapped up, there were reports that the 32-year-old had to seek medical treatment to get out of his character. Recently, Singh expressed his thoughts on Twitter by sharing a photo and captioned it: “Losing my religion!”

This tweet from Ranveer drew much attention from social media, people went thrashing the actor for his caption.

Losing my religion pic.twitter.com/vYM68pz5nr

— Ranveer Singh (@RanveerOfficial) November 10, 2017

There are chances that the actor might be referring the caption to American Rock band ERM’s popular song by the same name from the album Out of Time, the Twitterati lost its mind on reading the caption. They were miffed with his words and began criticizing him.

While some took his words quite literally and wrote that he shouldn’t have written it on his Twitter handle even if he felt that way, others thought he wrote it because apparently, he was still unable to come out of his character of Alauddin Khilji from Padmavati.

Lol Its just a song chill man! Go and read the lyrics

— ✨•RU•✨ (@ruhi_k44) November 10, 2017

Ye to khilji ke role mein jyada hi ghus gaya yaar 😭

— RoAdSiDe BaBa (Duggu) (@Roadside_Monk) November 10, 2017

I knw this is a song but ye nishana hinduo pe h.. aise hindu hone se achha h apna religion lose hi krdo..

— Awara❣ (@awarastic) November 10, 2017

These words were not needed at this time. This tweet could have been worded differently.

— Soumyadipta (@Soumyadipta) November 10, 2017

I reiterate. Song or not. Quote marks or not. The words were unnecessary as a tweet. Totally out of line, given the current scenario. I don’t need to explain further.
You may start abusing now. I won’t play the victim card. Won’t block you also. Now start.

— Soumyadipta (@Soumyadipta) November 10, 2017

Sirji aap toh Dharam ke thekedar Hai par wo Caption me ek SONG ke lyrics Hai Shaant hojaye

— ✨•RU•✨ (@ruhi_k44) November 10, 2017

Or he did it bc he’s sick and fed up with all the bullshit surrounding the movie. Assumptions and prejudices without anyone haven’t even seen it! Time and time the makers have clarified there’s no freaking dream sequence, no such scene but still ppl keep on dragging padmavati

— Jenni ✴ Khilji (@Jenni_Jen113) November 10, 2017

He did it deliberately to get more controversies for the film, not good time for such posts

— 🐼 (@VishwasEr) November 10, 2017

Common knowledge…it’s a song by famous REM and means you’re done with things that fed you up. It’s not to be taken literally.

— Jenni ✴ Khilji (@Jenni_Jen113) November 10, 2017

I cud nt understand what u said losing religion🙄

— Himanshi Kunwar (@HimanshiKunwar1) November 10, 2017

As you can see, most of the posts have to do with Ranveer’s upcoming release, Padmavati. While there were enough who tried to express that “their sentiments were hurt” many defended Singh and asked the trollers to take a chill pill, since the three words that make up his caption actually come from a very famous song.

While all this is in a high swing on one side, Ranveer has now come up with another badass tweet which roughly looked like his reply to the trollers.  He quoted the lines of Eminem, “And I am, whatever you say I am, If I wasn’t, then why would I say I am? In the paper, the news every day I am, Radio won’t even play my jam”.

🖕🏽And I am, whatever you say I am,
If I wasn’t, then why would I say I am?
In the paper, the news everyday I am,
Radio won’t even play my jam – @Eminem pic.twitter.com/6SJERdcdVs

— Ranveer Singh (@RanveerOfficial) November 12, 2017

Well, people should have ticked their brains once or twice before messing up with Ranveer, after all, he is not the one who can be irked by petty comments, but the vessel full of badassery.

Must Read: How Ranveer Singh Wraps Shooting And Bids Adieu To ‘Alauddin Khilji’ Character In Padmavati Movie


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