After being lashed out by several women on the internet including Bollywood stars Sonam Kapoor Ahuja and Urmila Matondkar, Vivek Oberoi finally deleted his crass meme featuring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.
On Tuesday, Vivek tweeted that something that may appear to be amusing at first glance to one may not be so to others. Oberoi also added that he had spent the last 10 years "empowering more than 2,000 underprivileged girls".
The National Commission for Women sent a notice to Oberoi, asking him to give an explanation for sharing the "insulting" and "misogynist" tweet.
Controversial actor Veivek Oberoi has now deleted his tweet degrading his ex-girlfriend Aishwarya Rai alongside her minor daughter. The captions for each of the three panels read, "opinion poll", "exit poll" and "result", respectively.
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Vivek Oberoi has come under fire for a post made in bad taste.
Vivek, who reportedly dated Aishwarya in the early 2000s, shared the "creative" meme with due credit, he wrote that there's "no politics here, just life". "I would meet the Women's Commission and if they explain to me what is wrong in it, I would apologise", Vivek told the media here on Monday.
"People told me that we are making this film to showcase Modiji as a hero. I think these things shouldn't be taken seriously". When I don't tweet like before, how will I see all these memes? I laughed at it and I appreciated the person for his creativity.
"Those in the meme don't have a problem, but everyone else has".
Actor, Sonam Kapoor and badminton player, Jwala Gutta, were among those who were severe in condemning the actor for sharing these memes. Didi put someone behind bars for a meme. But I want to respond to what you have written [on Twitter]... If I have done something wrong, I will apologise. They couldn't stop my picture (PM Narendra Modi) from releasing, now they're doing this.