Salman Khan's protege and brother-in-law Aayush Sharma, who made his debut with Loveyatri opposite debutante Warina Hussain, was brutally trolled for discussing about how he handles his new found stardom.
During a recent Twitter interaction, a fan, who was all praise for his acting in Loveyatri, asked how does he handles his stardom. To which Aayush replied, "Thank you .. best way to handle stardom is to not feel it. I'm just grateful to be here and grateful for the love you all are giving me."
And within a few minutes, Twitter users died laughing over Aayush's statement on stardom. They reasoned why the actor can't feel stardom because it doesn't exist. And there were some people who thought he might be high on weed when he was replying to the fan's question.
The trolling didn't go down well with Aayush and he decided to quit Twitter reasoning that he was outraged to see a girl getting ridiculed and humiliated for having an opinion during the interaction.
"Recently I had an interactive session with everyone on Twitter. I happened to come across a tweet reply where a girl was ridiculed and humiliated for having an opinion about me. This is unacceptable and I am strongly against it. I feel everybody is entitled to have their opinion and no fan, male or female should be disrespected for merely stating an opinion. Let's be thoughtful before saying things on a public forum and not demean anyone. I am taking a stand on this one and have decided to hereby take a break from this platform. I'm asking all my dear friends to be pioneers of love & kindness always. Lots of Love, Aayush," Aayush tweeted.
On the work front, Aayush will be next seen in the remake of Marathi film Mulshi Pattern which will be produced under Salman Khan's home production banner. The crime drama is expected to go on floor by mid 2019.
He will also be collaborating with Sanjay Dutt for a gangster film which will go on floor in May 2019. The movie will be jointly produced by Prerna under the banner Five Studio Five Elements and choreographer-filmmaker Ahmed Khan.