Shobha De was trolled on micro-blogging site Twitter after her tweet, in which she asked Modi-followers not to refer the Prime Minister as "rockstar".
She said that Modi is not from Bollywood, hence, he should not be referred as a "rockstar". Shobha De's statement did not go well with the Modi-bhakts.
During his 2-day visit to UAE, Modi was called a "rockstar". More than 50,000 people gathered to see Modi when he attend the 'Marhaba NaMo' ceremony, which was organised especially for him in Dubai on Monday, Aug 17.
Following Shobha De's tweet, many started commenting on her Twitter profile asserting, "people from Bollywood are film stars, not rockstars."
Shobha De was not the first one who faced criticism for criticising Narendra Modi. Earlier many others including Bollywood actress Shruti Seth too were trolled on social networking sites by Modi-fans.
Here are a few tweets, which criticised Shobha De:
Can we please stop referring to India's Prime Minister as a 'Rockstar'!!!! Hello!Dubai. He isn't from Bollywood!— Shobhaa De (@DeShobhaa) August 17, 2015
@DeShobhaa Why so much hatred? Who told you that Bollywood people are Rockstars? LOL— SANDEEP (@sandy80rocks) August 17, 2015
@DeShobhaa that's just the lingo people speak today! don't be so negative! if the public like our PM, it's a good thing surely ?!!— rubina sharma singh (@rubyssingh) August 17, 2015
@SujitPatel99 if she does see it should know from a RT, no one is dedicated to trolling her.— Nayanika (@nayanikaaa) August 17, 2015
@DeShobhaa Modi was able 2 pull labors 2 Richest Indians,3 yr olds to 80 yrs,people from Kanyakumari to Kashmir.Can ur Bollywoord Rockstars?— Revolutionary Monk (@RevolutionMonk) August 18, 2015
@DeShobhaa never read something positive from u...you're 1 depressing woman I say...— Zoomie... (@zoomphatak) August 17, 2015
@DeShobhaa thinks public will listen to her crap and stop referring Modi as Rockstar. 😂😂😂😂— Anonymous (@rai6_) August 17, 2015