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Richa Chadha got Trolled For Saying She has a Lot in Common With Fawad Khan

Richa Chadha got Trolled For Saying She has a Lot in Common With Fawad Khan

Richa Chadha knows how to slay trolls!

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  • Last Updated: August 23, 2016, 12:58 PM IST
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From talking about sexism to talking about mental health and eating disorders in the film industry, Actor Richa Chadha has never shied away from speaking her mind. Sometimes, however, this does get her into trouble. Recently, at the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne, Chadha and Pakistani actor Fawad Khan were asked a question about the cultural differences between India and Pakistan.

And while the question was directed towards Fawad Khan, Richa Chadha decided to answer it. She said that India and Pakistan were both British colonies and that the British had a knack for causing divide. She added further that the question doesn't make sense to her because according to her, she "will have far more in common with Fawad because I am from the North of India than I will have with somebody who is a Tambrahm or maybe Malayali or from the North East".

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And while it is clear from her answer that she intended to offend neither people hailing from the south nor ones from the north-east, some people did take it upon themselves to get offended.

Richa Chadha was subsequently trolled on Twitter.







Chadha of course is not one to bear the attacks quietly. In her typical mild mannered gracefulness, Richa Chadha called out several of these trolls and slayed their arguments like a boss!

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In fact, she being pretty sorted in the head even called out a bigot who was weirdly supportive of her stance.

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Never change Richa Chadha. Never change.

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