Aarey: Raveena Tandon Replies To Troll, Says 'Metro Is Needed, But...'

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Raveena Tandon replied to a troll who claimed that it is quite easy for celebrities to tweet and get publicity by tweeting about subjects of national importance

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:
Raveena Tandon

Raveena Tandon took to Twitter to reply to a troll who claimed that it is quite easy for celebrities to tweet and get publicity as they don't have to travel in 'dusty conditions', and they live a life 'king size'. The tweet further suggested that the socialities 'first get into austerity mode and then preach on behalf of the common man'. Responding to it the actress stated that no one is against the metro and that it is 'most welcome and needed'. In another tweet, she also said, "Mumbai will fight till the end for their forests. Even tho politics and power will win, but not without trying". Read below- 

READ: Aarey: Twinkle Khanna Shuts Down Troll Who Criticized Her Lifestyle

Section 144 imposed at Aarey

Earlier on Saturday, Section 144 was imposed in the area from the entrance into Aarey to Marol Maroshi Road. Protests in the Aarey colony broke out after the authorities from Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation Limited (MMRCL) started cutting trees in the area following Bombay High Court's dismissal of all petitions challenging the felling of trees.

READ: Aarey: Farhan, Shraddha, Dia Vent Anger Against Tree-cutting

Bollywood celebs on Aarey: 

Meanwhile actors in the likes of Twinkle Khanna, Dia Mirza, and Richa Chadha have protested against the felling of trees. Twinkle, retweeted a post of Karan Johar to which a user named Sahil criticised her lifestyle and said: Hey Twinkle, Karan stop using your SUVs and start using local trains before preaching about the environment... okay?". Responding to this, Mrs. Funnybones gave it back in crisp clear words and said that she was on the streets to plant trees with her group. 

Dia Mirza, Karan Johar and Alia Bhatt too chimed in and expressed their views against the massacre of trees. Take a look below- 




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