Bollywood actress Swara Bhaskar has become the talk of the town ever since the controversies regarding her infamous masturbation scene from her film Veere Di Wedding have taken a hike. While she has been constantly targeted by trolls on every opinion that she shares on her social media accounts, Swara Bhaskar knows how to give it back to those trolls in style.
However, this time the troll targeted Swara Bhaskar’s father, a retired Commodore, Chitrapu Uday Bhaskar, asking him the most unexpected question. Being a retired Commodore who served in the Indian Navy, Swara Bhaskar’s father is a leading expert on the security and strategic affairs of the country.
Well, with the landmark decision of the Supreme Court of India to decriminalize Section 377, Chitrapu Uday Bhaskar took it to his Twitter account to applaud the five-judge bench and lawyer Menaka Guruswamy for her insightful observation on the decision for the LGBT community.
Have a read at Swara Bhaskar’s father’s tweet:
Bravo @MenakaGuruswamy on @ndtv very insightful observation re. ‘constitutional morality’ in relation to LGBT decision. .CJI Misra & colleagues have redeemed faith of vulnerable citizen in higher judiciary. Hope enabling legislation will follow soon & police prejudices set aside https://t.co/fR3H5ofJpi
— C Uday Bhaskar (@theUdayB) September 6, 2018
Unexpectedly, on this tweet, a troll commented to ask him about his opinion on his daughter with a screenshot of Swara Bhaskar’s masturbation scene from the film Veere Di Wedding. Here is the tweet:
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However, before her father could respond to the insensitive tweet, Swara Bhaskar stepped in to school the troll a lesson he will never forget. She tweeted to express her rage not only to the troll but to the entire internet that needs to take a grip with their insensitive trolling.
Take a look at Swara Bhaskar’s epic tweet slamming the troll here:
I’m an ‘actor’ & I’m ‘acting’ like I’m using a vibrator Palash. U don’t need to ask my father, you can ask me directly the next time you have any doubts! 😎 p.s. drop the Veer from your name bro, anyone trying to shame an older person by such cheap tactics is not v brave! Cheers https://t.co/C4KgsjwZpa
— Swara Bhasker (@ReallySwara) September 7, 2018
Well, this is not the first time when the actress has given befitting lessons to the brutal trolls in the most bad-ass manner. We are sure that her father C Uday Bhaskar must be really proud of her daughter who stood up for him and slammed those who tried to slut-shame her in the most appropriate way possible.
Kudos to you girl!