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“I have stopped reading comments from the past one or two years, I’d rather concentrate on my work and do good”: Rajkummar Rao

Rajkummar Rao talks about mean comments on Arbaaz Khan’s Pinch Season 2

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Rajkummar Rao

Rajkummar Rao is one of the most versatile actors of Bollywood. He has made his way to the top with his powerful acting skills, from time to time. This powerhouse of talent recently opened up about cyber bullying, trolls etc in the 4th episode of Quickheal Pinch by Arbaaz Khan.

When Arbaaz read out comments on how people trolled Rajkummar for certain films of his which he has done, the actor admitted that there are a few films which even he feels it would have been okay if he had not done those. He further spoke on how he’s being careful with the choice of films he chooses nowadays. Another user commented on how he felt Rajkummar didn’t get due credits and a good role in a certain film, the actor to which replied that certain films are done for box office, where as certain films are done for both box office and life example Stree.

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The actor further admitted how he had done ‘Trapped’ for free but he dosen’t regret doing the film. Sometime back Rajkummar had shared a picture of him dressed like Robert De Niro’s Vito Corleone from The Godfather Part II because he is a huge fan of the movie, people on social media trolled him left and right for trying to be Don Corleone to which Rajkummar laughed it off and said how he has been a fan of the film and he can never ever try to be like him.

When Arbaaz Khan asked the actor the views on social media, the actor said how he feels life was much better before social media and he dosent really read comments or worries about what people think about him on it. He feels that kids on social media just use it to gain certain likes and followers forgetting that there is a life outside it. He also admitted how he has stopped reading all the comments since a year or two and rather likes concentrating on his work.

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