- Vidyut taped and tweeted his conversation with RGV about Tiger Shroff
- Tiger Shroff said that it would be 'out of line' for him to react
- 'I've made some sort of impact,' said Tiger Shroff
"It would be out of line for me to react. I don't want to bring shame to my mother, father and I don't think they would want me to react. I don't want to give more light to this situation," he added.
On Wednesday, Vidyut Jammwal's tweeted:
A few of Ram Gopal Varma's tweets which prompted Vidyut's expose:
And after Vidyut shared their conversation, RGV tweeted this apology:
Just decided to get off Vodka and also want to apologise to every1 i evr bothered including Lord Ganpati's devotees nd @PawanKalyan 's fans— Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) April 11, 2017
I truly thank @VidyutJammwal for my changeover nd I want to apologise to Bruce Lee for not understanding him the way Vidyut made me realise— Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) April 11, 2017
This is not the first time Ram Gopal Varma has body-shamed Tiger Shroff. On Tiger Shroff's birthday, Ram Gopal Varma shared a still from his film Baaghi and said: "Please learn machoism from @bindasbhidu who even without martial arts poses more like a man and never like this (sic)." He compared Tiger to his father, Jackie Shroff, who stars in his upcoming film Sarkar 3.
Ram Gopal Varma was also in trouble recently for an unpleasant tweet he posted about actress Sunny Leone on Women's Day. After an activist filed a complaint against him, he apologized.
(With inputs from PTI)