Rishi Kapoor has been in the news more often for his tweets than for his movies lately. Yes, he is very open minded and never hesitates in speaking the truth. Wrong or right, Rishi Kapoor makes sure he speaks about it on his Twitter handle.
The veteran actor Rishi Kapoor is well known for countering the political mishappenings and of course it doesn’t take much time for him to backfire on silly trolls when it is about him or his people.
Nowadays, it seems Rishi Kapoor is pissed off with Arvind Kejriwal and his complaints about the central government. Kejriwal is always in news for his controversial comments and anti-Modi slogans and many times, he is slammed for this obsession.
Recently, the Delhi CM has hit the headlines and this time it is because he is unhappy with the decision of holding polls in 5 states immediately after the Union budget.
Yes, the Union budget would be held on the 1st of February while the polls would be held on the 4th of February. This didn’t go down well with Kejriwal since he is against this clash. He got frustrated due to this and slammed the Election Commission for this move.
Union budget being presented just before state polls is 'wrong', says Aam Aadmi Party https://t.co/ULvCg50CIf
— TOI India (@TOIIndiaNews) January 4, 2017
Now, this had really made everyone very angry and Rishi Kapoor was no exception! He seriously didn’t like this “Ever complaining attitude” of Kejriwal and lashed out publicly at him.
The veteran actor took to Twitter and shut down Kejriwal’s mouth by calling him a “Complaint box”. He took a dig at the CM and said that his name must be changed from Kejriwal to Complaint Box because he’s never happy about anything.
Here is the tweet:
Why are you always complaining Mr.Kejriwal? Tumhara naam Mr. Complaint Box rakh lena chahiye! Never happy! ? https://t.co/IzAHE20Bia
— Rishi Kapoor -"Book" (@chintskap) January 4, 2017
This isn’t the first time that Chintuji has mocked him, even in the past when Kejriwal sought apology from PM Modi during demonetization, the actor used his Twitter handle to take a dig at him. He blatantly questioned his existence.
Is this guy for real? Does he always talk like this? Suna tha, aaj tajurba ho gaya https://t.co/E9lVdBBWlZ
— Rishi Kapoor -"Book" (@chintskap) November 13, 2016
While Arvind Kejriwal is yet to come up with a common-man kind of explanation for this, what do you think of this story do share your views in the comment section below.