Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor poses for a photograph.
Bollywood actress Sonam Kapoor was being trolled all of Tuesday for saying she wants to be like Jaya Bachchan when she grows up.
Veteran actress and Samajwadi Party member Jaya Bachchan in her speech at the Rajya Sabha has alleged that a continuous attempt is being made to defame the film industry.
Extending support to her, Sonam Kapoor tweeted from her verified account: "I want to be her when I grow up.."
Netizens immediately replied to her tweet, questioning the 35-year-old actress what does she mean by "growing up" at 35.
"Aur kitna grow ?? U already became an aunty. Do u think urself to be sweet 16 ?? And yes, say directly that u too wanna support consumption of drugs & save criminals like Jaya ! #WeStayUnited4SSR," tweeted a user.
"kaun se class mein padhti hain aap (in which class do you study)?" asked another user.
"Roses Are Red
Violets Are Blue
Sonam Kapoor at 35 is Still Not Grown Up
Lets Laugh Me & You #SonamKapoor," shared another user.
"Chachi, you are already 35 now. So when you will grow up?" asked another user.
"Sonam Kapoor still thinks of growing up? Acted in movies, modeled, gossiped on Karan Johar shows, got an award, and later got married. When will she grow up? God! " exclaimed another user.
The 77-year-old actor has been a household name in India for nearly half a century, and his deep baritone is instantly recognisable to listeners in the country of 1.3 billion.
Amid the raging controversy over the death of Sushant Singh Rajput and the subsequent blame game that has been going on for the past three months, Samajwadi Party member Jaya Bachchan on Tuesday raised the issue of the continuous effort to defame the film industry in the Rajya Sabha.
Indian origin American actress Mindy Kaling counts Deepika Padukone and Sonam Kapoor as Indian stars she would love to work with.
Kangana Ranaut feels that the Indian audience have always loved the three Khans of Bollywood and the success of Shah Rukh Khan's recent release 'Pathaan' is a testimony to the same.
The event featured a collection of immersive gallery displays of six selected UAE-based artists — Varsha Sureka, Aakanksha Kshatriya, Stanislava Burianek, Afshan Nawaz Khan, Malini Karani and Anni Teriani — in a 360-degree display “platform”.
The actor, who has worked in the Hindi film 'Mom' starring late actress Sridevi, wrote: How much misrepresentation is too much misrepresentation? Bollywood has the answer.”