Randeep Hooda and cricketer Virender Sehwag were caught in a controversy for trolling an army martyr's daughter Gurmehar Kaur on Twitter for her stance against the ABVP and the entire issue turned out to be political where groups from both the sides lashed out against each other. Looking back at all this, Randeep Hooda came back to his senses when the dust settled and realized that he should have been more careful in his approach on the issue. He said, "It wasn't gender specific. I was and I am against politicisation of personal opinions. There was an axe to grind and considering the environment in the country vis-a-vis women, in hindsight, I do believe I should have been more careful."
However, Gurmehar Kaur's epic comeback has set Twitter on fire. She replied to his article by saying, "I didn't tweet my hands did." Check out the tweet below!
"I didn't tweet my hands did" https://t.co/K5EHmTlJbe— Gurmehar Kaur (@mehartweets) March 8, 2017
Randeep Hooda had earlier commented that it was wrong for people to threathen Gurmehar Kaur on social media. "You cannot threaten a woman with violence on social media. That has to be addressed. Social media portal heads in India should look into it very seriously because it is becoming a bigger issue."
When said that he's already been labelled as a troll by various people, Randeep quipped, "I don't know what the authorities are doing. But by that time the narrative was set. I was labelled, put in a box. I have been labelled before."