Ram Gopal Varma
After his controversial tweets on Sunny Leone and Tiger Shroff, Bollywood filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma is in the news yet again for all the wrong reasons! This time, his tweets on Holi have sparked outrage.
RGV took to Twitter and wrote, "I doubt even 1 in 120 crore Indians knows reason why Holi is celebrated but they all do becos Bhang needs no reason ..Mera Bharat Mahaan!? (sic)"
I doubt even 1 in 120 crore Indians knows reason why Holi is celebrated but they all do becos Bhang needs no reason ..Mera Bharat Mahaan!— Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) March 12, 2017
Ram Gopal Varma, however, later deleted some tweets. They read:
"Greatest thing about Holi is that this is only legitimate day in entire year men and women can see and touch each other in wet clothes (sic)"
"I really don't know which god killed which raakshas that we celebrating Holi but I thank Rakshas for creating such wonderfully sexy moments (sic)"
"Don't know what which rakshas did nd why God killed him but I thank both for giving me opportunity to see girl next door in wet clothes (sic)"
A screenshot of RGV's deleted tweets is doing the rounds on social media.
Here's the screenshot:
Picture courtesy: Twitter
Last week, Ram Gopal Varma landed in trouble after a female activist filed police complaint against him for his controversial tweet on Women's Day.
On the eve of International Women's Day, Ram Gopal Varma created a storm of sorts on Twitter with his tweet, "I wish all the women in the world give men as much happiness as Sunny Leone gives (sic)."
This is not the first time RGV has courted controversy for his statements. Here are a few instances when he made headlines for the wrong reasons:
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