Abhishek responded with deadly sarcasm:
@Mayankaryan084 you feeling better about yourself now??? Good! Glad to have been of service. Now go back to the hole you crawled out of.— Abhishek Bachchan (@juniorbachchan) June 16, 2015
The user in question wasn't done:
@juniorbachchan yes I feel like top of the world. Best thing I did in my life to stop watching your movie. Thank you sir— MayankTiwari(Petrol) (@Mayankaryan084) June 16, 2015
Abhishek, however, is clearly a black belt in dealing with trolls:
@Mayankaryan084 to stop? That means you used to watch them. Thanks for the money.— Abhishek Bachchan (@juniorbachchan) June 16, 2015
@Mayankaryan084 don't like my movies? That's cool. Will work harder to make movies you like. Bringing my daughter into it is NOT cool.— Abhishek Bachchan (@juniorbachchan) June 16, 2015
Several others added their own admonishments:
Forcing the original commenter backpedal furiously and apologise
@juniorbachchan it won't happen again sir.— MayankTiwari(Petrol) (@Mayankaryan084) June 16, 2015
On Wednesday, Abhishek's Dhoom co-star Uday Chopra also fired a salvo at Twitter trolls.
Some people troll so badly on twitter that they aren't even worth blocking. C'mon! get in there, really offend me or then get good scrub!— Uday Chopra (@udaychopra) June 17, 2015
One tip on trolling - please dont use expletives, its just so unclassy. Troll with class, even if you think I don't have any— Uday Chopra (@udaychopra) June 17, 2015
Only last week, Bajrangi Bhaijaan star Salman Khan issued a diatribe against fans who troll fellow Khans Shah Rukh and Aamir, even threatening to quit Twitter if they didn't stop. In March, SRK described some abusive posts from others on his timeline as 'dirty crap,' and asked - "Obviously you don't have b***s in your pockets or elsewhere. So are you just excited to be on my TL?"