Actor Siddharth criticizes trollers who share his image with RIP messages – see tweet



Southern actor Siddharth has had a hard time dealing with haters and trollers on social media. He had been expressing his pain by saying that he was being deliberately harassed for sharing his opinion on various topics. And once again, Siddharth has attacked the trolls who have been tagging and sharing his image with RIP messages after Sidharth Shukla’s death. Also Read: 9 Films Shunned By Hrithik Roshan That Later Fall On Shah Rukh Khan, Prabhas, Aamir Khan, And Other Stars’ Kittens.

Venting his anger on Twitter, Siddharth called out those who have allegedly been harassing him on social media. He shared a screenshot of a tweet where a Twitter user had shared his image and tagged it saying, “RIP Siddharth” followed by a crying face emoji. “Targeting hatred and harassment. What have we reduced ourselves to?” In another tweet, Siddharth had written: “This tweet and the responses. I suppose nothing should surprise us these days. I am speechless.” Read Also – Navarasa Web Series Review: Arvind Swami’s Agni Project is a mind manipulator, Suriya’s guitar, Kambi Mele Nidru, touches your heartstrings, the rest is strictly average

Following Sidharth Shukla’s untimely disappearance, social media was flooded Thursday with messages of condolence shared by friends and co-stars of the Bigg Boss 13 winner. The actor, best known for his role on the long-running television series Balika Vadhu , died in Mumbai after a massive heart attack. He was 40 years old. Read also – Song of Maha Smaudram Hey Rambha: Sharwanand-Siddharth-Aditi’s star Rao Hydari’s first track is a tribute to the actress of yesteryear Rambha

Siddharth had also expressed his grief over the actor’s untimely demise, tweeting, “Deep condolences to young #SiddharthShukla Gone’s family, friends and fans too soon.”

Among these tweets, the one that caught the attention of his fans was all about death and the philosophy of life. It’s an old tweet from Sidharth from 2017 in which he wrote: “Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside of us while we live …” The post was shared on October 24, 2017.

His philosophy, which was highly appreciated since he published it in 2017, has become a sad reality after his death, and he is expressing his feelings of pain and sadness.

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