Ram Gopal Varma and his nasty Twitter ways are known to all. Many a times it has created all the hue and cries, which others wait to catch. The director has time and again landed into trouble for his offensive rants on social media. The Sarkar franchise filmmaker has now come under fire for his controversial tweet on International Women’s Day. As the world celebrated the true spirit of womanhood today, the director took to his Twitter account and wrote, “I wish all the women in the world give as much happiness as Sunny Leone gives.”
In the aftermath of which the Twitterati gave it back to him immediately and even went on to suggest that he must say these to his mother and daughters as well. And now if a leading news agency is to be believed, a complaint has been registered against the 54-year-old director over his sexist tweet.
The case has been filed by an activist, Vishaka Mhambre, in Goa. The news agency tweeted, “Complaint filed against Director Ramgopal Verma by activist Vishaka Mhambre in Goa over his tweet on women #womensday.” However, clearly unaffected by it, RGV termed the complaint as an overreaction and responded by saying, “Filing counter against OverActivist wid 212 followers which wud b her family n friends, for disrespecting 18 lakh followers of @SunnyLeone.”
The director also addressed the trollers and wrote, “Only God nd Social media numbers r true judges nd who disagree shud check no, of @SunnyLeone followers with their own numbers b4 they tweet.” He also tweeted, “My mom, sister, daughter and my grandmother mainly respect me for my honesty in openly expressing my respect towards @SunnyLeone ‘s honesty.”