- "Always did love reading fiction," is what Richa tweeted
- "That's so mysogynistic," said Ali Fazal
- "Is that how men of B town like to say it?" he added
"That's so mysogynistic. Is that how men of B town like to say it? Stashing women? Even if i did, I'd find a respectful word for it dear. Be kind," is what he had to say. Read their tweets below.
Always did love reading fiction. https://t.co/j96JJ3f2cZ— TheRichaChadha (@RichaChadha) September 5, 2017
Thats so mysogynistic.is that how men of B town like to say it? Stashing women?Even if i did, i'd find a respectful word for it dear.Be kind— Ali Fazal M (@alifazal9) September 5, 2017
The report which Richa and Ali discarded so gracefully, includes a screenshot of what is claimed to be Ali Fazal's text reply when asked about dating Richa. "She's my best buddy not my girlfriend... I've learnt a lot from her and she is one of the few real people l here. As for my girlfriend I'm with her right now in Los Angeles," is what parts of the text reads.
Victoria And Abdul has Judi Dench playing the Empress while Ali Fazal features as a Muslim prisoner, who swiftly becomes Queen Victoria's close accomplice.