- Some Twitter users trolled Fardeen Khan for gaining weight
- Others are of the opinion that body shaming Fardeen is not funny
- Fardeen Khan was last seen in 2010 film Dulha Mil Gaya
The recent pictures of Fardeen, 42, show that he has put on a few kilos. For example, Anu Dewan posted a picture on Instagram with Fardeen, his cousin Sussanne and her husband Sunny Dewan:
"But so what," asked some Twitter users:
Why is everyone trolling Fardeen Khan? Don't people gain weight? What's the the big deal?— Urvashi (@glimmer318) May 20, 2016
Monday: Body shaming isn't cool.— Shit Indians Tweet (@AllIndianTweets) May 20, 2016
Friday: HEHE Fardeen Khan mota ho gaya. Chee mote.
So I expect anyone who stands up for body shaming when it comes to actresses to stand up for Fardeen Khan as well.— Natasha Puri (@Natashapuri) May 21, 2016
Read a few horrible, extremely nasty tweets on Fardeen Khan for gaining weight. Twitter can be such a ruthless medium, how sad! #BodyShaming— Sanyukta Iyer (@Sanyukta_Mirror) May 20, 2016
Here are a few of the "horrible and extremely nasty tweets" about Fardeen:
Fardeen Khan is like Anant Ambani in reverse pic.twitter.com/lwoHhbQ4K7— Sand-d Singh (@Sand_In_Deed) May 20, 2016
Fardeen Khan is now antonym of Adnan Sami. pic.twitter.com/NX9aC0pYAS— Money (@iManiish) May 20, 2016
Fardeen Khan ate his career.— NumbYaar (@NumbYaar) May 20, 2016
Fardeen Khan's daughter must b very disappointed with people making fun of her father...I agree..You shldn't make fun of someone's Motapapa— Tiilooo (@CineMaakiKasam) May 21, 2016
Fardeen has starred in hit films like No Entry and All The Best, but most of his films like Khushi, Pyare Mohan, Kitne Door Kitne Paas and Acid Factory tanked at the box office.
He was last seen in 2010 film Dulha Mil Gaya.