Technology is one of the basic mediums to connect these days and communication is becoming very convenient. For example- Social media. It allows us to interact with people from different fields and different part of the world. The best part is we become friends easily with new people.
On the contrary, some users are misusing social media platforms in the name of freedom of speech. On the other hand, some are using effectively to deliver good messages to celebrities. Sometimes, those heart-touching or superb messages also tempt the celebrities to reply to their tweets.
Tisca Zareen Chopra is a popular Indian actress, author and film producer who has featured in as many as 45 movies, primarily in Bollywood. Taare Zameen Par actor is considered one of Bollywood’s most respected stars.
When Tisca Chopra Gave An Epic reply to Man who Proposed her on Twitter
Meanwhile, the actor made the headlines after she gave an epic reply to a man who proposed to her on the micro-blogging Twitter portal.
Tisca Chopra received a marriage proposal on Twitter, and the actress, who is already hitched to Sanjay Chopra, said yes but in a sarcastic manner.
It all started when a Twitter user asked, “Will you marry me?”. To which, The actress replied, “Was just waiting to be asked, thank you. Yes I will. Please send me all details. My husband also wants to see who I am leaving him for.”
Not long ago, during an interaction with Kommune India, Chopra opened up her experience of Bollywood’s infamous ‘casting couch’.
“I’m going to call him RP – for Reptile,” she said explaining he wanted to meet her for the casting of a film which was quite an “extravaganza”.
At his office, RP told Chopra, “you need to learn how to walk in heels, you need a manicure and you need to do a spa for your hair. And you need to learn how to ooze.”
“They said, but you know, agreeing to do a film with him is like agreeing to be his pet squeeze for the duration of the shoot. Are you okay with that?”
Chopra was shocked by the information, when a friend notifed her about her experience with a Tamil director who wanted to take her location-hunting so he wanted “the script to penetrate every inch of her body.”