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Swara Bhasker Gives It Back To Director Raj Shaandliyaa Over Objectionable Comment

Swara Bhasker was recently subjected to trolling by 'Dream Girl' director Raj Shaandliyaa. The actor has given a reply to the trolling which prompted an apology

Swara Bhasker

Recently, director of the recent hit film Dream Girl Raj Shaandilyaa made fun of Swara Bhasker by making a very personal comment. But, it did not stop Swara Bhasker as she gave him a befitting reply which in fact made the director apologise to her. 

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The director in his post had stated that one should not pay attention to cheap things as Swara Bhasker can be bought cheaper than a newspaper. This prompted a lot of attention from many people as his comments were deemed unnecessary and toxic. Swara's reply made the director apologize over Twitter itself. Check out the translation of his tweet below - 

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If you did not like my statement, I would like to apologize wholeheartedly. But there is a request, you should also think before talking about someone, whether about the country , people or a specific person. And speaking of me, I will definitely offer you a role next time since I have no objection nes for you to be an actor

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