Bollywood actor Javed Jaaferi has become the latest target of online bullies and trolls making him take a break from the microblogging site, Twitter recently.
In his tweet, on late Sunday night, the actor left Twitter citing reasons that he cannot take the online hate and trolling for haping a voice any longer and will return when situation gets better. The actor is one among other Bollywood celebs like Anurag Kashyap, Anubhav Sinha to raise his voice against the Citizenship Bill. He has been quite vocal about the issue and has been actively sharing posts on social media.
The actor had also attended the protest march that was held in Mumbai at August Kranti Marg and had given a speech against the CAA.
On Sunday evening Jaaferi tweeted, "Can’t handle this trolling and hate.. going off social media till the situation improves.. hopefully..Inshallaah..#indiafirst #jaihind"
Not just Jaaved Jaaferi recently Anurag Kashap complained about losing more than four lakh followers after he returned to the platform to protest against CAA. The filmmaker left Twitter in August after being harassed by trolls, some of them even posing threats to him and his family.
Saavdhan India host Sushant Singh was also removed from the show for supporting supporting anti-CAA protests. Several other film personalities have spoken against the CAA which include celebrities like Kamal Haasan, Richa Chadha, Parvathy, Swara Bhasker, Huma Qureshi, Shabana Azmi, Aparna Sen, and Farhan Akhtar.
On the work front, Jaaferi will next be seen in Coolie No 1. which is being helmed by David Dhawan. The film also stars Sara Ali Khan and Varun Dhawan in lead roles. It's the remake of the Govinda-starrer Coolie No.1.