- Richa is apparently being tagged in shame on Bollywood tweets
- "What for today?" tweeted Richa Chadha
- "Have no clue," she added in her tweet
Richa Chadha, who is always engaged in some battle or the other on Twitter, resurfaced on the social media platform on Wednesday with a query. In her tweet, Richa said she's being tagged in "shame on Bollywood" tweets and appeared clueless about any possible reason behind it. In her tweet, the actress also mentioned that she recently lost her grandmother and has taken a break from social media as she's currently with her family in a no-connectivity zone. "All those who're tagging in me in "shame on Bollywood" hashtags, what for today? Have no clue. My grandmother passed away and I had no connectivity. Have to be with my family for these precious few hours I get, before I turn to the vile news," read Richa Chadha's tweet.
All those who're tagging in me in "shame on bollywood" hashtags,what for today?Have no clue. My grandmother passed away and I had no connectivity.Have to be with my family for these precious few hours I get,before I turn to the vile news.— TheRichaChadha (@RichaChadha) September 26, 2018
Richa Chadha's tweet arrives in the wake of actress Tanushree Dutta's explosive allegation against Nana Patekar, claiming he harrassed her on the sets of 2009 film Horn 'Ok' Pleassss. In a separate interview to News18, Tanushree spoke about the impact of the #MeToo movement in the Indian film industry and said the revolution won't leave a mark in India till Bollywood fails to acknowledge what happened with her a decade ago.
Meanwhile, Richa Chadha, known for calling a spade a spade, recently trended a great deal after she narrated her unpleasant encounter with a racist airport official in Georgia.
and now... met a racist AF officer at the passport control,while exiting Georgia. Slammed my passport on the desk,twice... muttered under her breath in Georgian,yelled and asked me to hurry.Sad that people like her are the last ones we perhaps see on exiting the country...— TheRichaChadha (@RichaChadha) September 20, 2018
Yesterday, in Tbilisi,met the gentlest cabbie... he was so sweet, he changed my experience of the city, refused a tip, smiled throughout ...We communicated only through gestures but I could feel his heart!— TheRichaChadha (@RichaChadha) September 20, 2018
Ahead of that, Richa Chadha made headlines as she joined other celebs in condemning Kerala MLA PC George's "prostitute" comment on nun from a Kottayam convent.
A sitting MLA questions the character of a NUN and a rape victim. You can be a nun and people will find a way to malign you, shame you, call you a prostitute. He now targets the women's commission. Indian politics,divided on issues, united in misogyny.We deserve better leaders— TheRichaChadha (@RichaChadha) September 11, 2018
Meanwhile, Richa Chadha has often contributed to the never-ending debate over sexual harassment in Bollywood. In December 2017, the she boldly stated that she could reveal names of certain people involved in casting couch if her "safety and future can be secured." Earlier this year, Richa Chadha was at the receiving end of massive backlash after she appeared to defend choreographer Saroj Khan's comment on sexual harassment in Bollywood.
On the work front, Richa was recently seen in critically acclaimed Love Sonia and she is currently filming Shakeela, a biopic on the Nineties adult star.