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Earlier this month, Ranbir Kapoor was called out for his terrible sense of humour. During a live session with his pregnant wife Alia Bhatt, Ranbir looks at Alia’s baby bump and says “well somebody has phaelaod”.
People online thought it was insensitive and a terrible thing to say to a pregnant woman even jokingly.
Ranbir on why they are not in every city for promotion (wait for pj) from BollyBlindsNGossip
After that interview, the media caught Ranbir and asked for his reaction to his remarks that earned him so much hate online.
Clarifying that his intention was not to humiliate or offend anyone, the ‘ Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ actor said:
“Firstly, I love my wife with everything I have in my life. It was a joke that didn’t turn out to be funny. I really want to apologize if I have triggered anyone. It wasn’t my intention. I spoke to Alia about it later and she laughed it off. She didn’t mind it.”
He went on to own it that he has a bad sense of humour. “I do have a bad sense of humour and sometimes kinda falls flat on my face. So I am sorry if I have hurt anyone.”
RK addresses the “pheloed” comment at Brahmastra promotional event. from BollyBlindsNGossip
This is what people had to say after he said sorry for his comment on pregnant Alia.
Honestly he has absolutely no reason to apologise. It was a joke which people know but just because they want to target him it was taken out of proportion. Still he apologised showing his grounded and humble self.
WE LOVE RANBIR KAPOOR.
— A (@Kelcadylinaa) August 24, 2022
He did need to apologize. It was a tasteless “joke.” You don’t “joke” about the changes and discomfort your wife’s body is going thru every day! Being a real man means treating her like a queen in thoughts, words, & deeds for the miracle she is giving him. Time to grow up.
— MsM (@mme_ambassador) August 24, 2022
Only the wife has right to object. Let’s stop acting like khap panchayat, unless somebody is breaking the law, and in such case too, report to law enforcing agencies and let them act.
— Ashok Kumar (@kuwarashok) August 24, 2022
If your partner is not offended no need to apologise. I don’t know why ppl are so scared of cancel culture
— baba (@adilniazi) August 24, 2022
I loved it.
That was a humble answer.
More power to you #RanbirKapoor 😅❤ https://t.co/Gfg3WlRrBb
— thapar shreya (@ShreyaThapar) August 24, 2022
Atleast now people should stop targetting him. Not defending his other statements but its brave of him to apologise this on a public platform. Now stop cancelling him and let his work speak for him. 🙌 https://t.co/l3eX7Iay6j
— ✨️❤️🔥 (@kaafikhoobsurat) August 24, 2022
Atleast someone knows about their bad SOH and apologized as well.APPRECIATED https://t.co/KbVFp5Ylmo
— littlesecret 🕊️ (@ishiiitaloml) August 24, 2022
Love this about him, apologize and move on like a responsible person. https://t.co/1yc2NR2lgz
— jemi bhatt kapoor (@queenxalia) August 24, 2022
Good that he admitted his mistake and apologized too. Hopefully, he remembers what he said about his sense of humour.
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