'Rang De Basanti' Actor Siddharth Creates Flutter Among Thala Ajith Fans After This Comment On The 'Viswasam' Star


'Rang De Basanti' actor Siddharth is often in the news for his views on politics and on Indian cricket.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

'Rang De Basanti' actor Siddharth is often in the news for his views on politics and on Indian cricket. The IPL final match between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings was quite a rather anticipated one, however, CSK fans were claiming on social media that the game was fixed. 

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However, the Tamil actor tried schooling one of the trolls and wrote, “First... Shut up and learn to respect the game. There is no match-fixing in today's game. These athletes give their everything to entertain us and to show their potential. The only in this case is poor sports fans like you,” and to another user who had Thala Ajith's picture as a profile display, the actor wrote, “If you respect Ajith, then learn to respect 

Read the tweets below: 

Although his reply was rather befitting, Thala Ajith fans have taken offense to his comment on Ajith and dragging him into this conversation needlessly. The actor was heavily criticized on social media for the same. Read some of the reactions below: 

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Prior to this, the actor, who is quite vocal about his political opinions took a sly dig on his industry mate Akshay Kumar for conducting an interview with Prime Minister Narendra Modi amidst Lok Sabha Elections 2019.



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