Netizens called out Ranbir Kapoor for being toxic toward female costars
Ranbir Kapoor is trending on Twitter, not because of his performance in any of his recent films but for being toxic and disrespectful towards female costars for a very long time.
Ranbir Kapoor is being called out by netizens over his problematic statements. From making his former girlfriend Katrina Kaif uncomfortable to fat shame her wife Alia Bhatt during an interview, the actor is criticised by the masses.
Back in the old times when Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif were dating each other and promoting their film, the actor was accused of being a “misogynist” during interviews.
A Twitter user named Maya uploaded a whole thread of these interviews. A scene from the 2010 political thriller Rajneeti’s promotional campaign showed Katrina fumbling with her collar mike, which kept slipping inside her blouse. Do you want me to fix it? Ranbir jokingly asked while Katrina was surrounded by men. On this, she said, ‘You don’t do things like that’.
In another video which is circulating on social media, Anushka Sharma is called an ‘anxiety queen’ by Ranbir Kapoor. Whereas Anushka choose to keep these problems to herself, Ranbir publicly referred to Anushka as the “anxiety queen.” He also made the amusing remark that Anushka uses anxiety medication. Even if she wants to talk, she has to take a tablet, he explained. I’ve observed her doing that. What kind of medication does she take to reduce anxiety?
Recently, a clip goes viral in which Ranbir was seen making fun of his wife Alia Bhatt for gaining weight due to pregnancy. The remarks by the ‘Barfi’ actor didn’t go well with social media users and many social media have since been calling out Ranbir for body-shaming his pregnant wife.
One of the social media users also sarcastically criticised the choice of Alia Bhatt for marrying Ranbir Kapoor.
The actor faced strong criticism for his remarks against his fellow actors and the town’s leading ladies. Check out some of the trending tweets to Ranbir Kapoor on social media.