Not only commoners but celebrities have also seen harsh reactions from the virtual world on their comments about the Delhi-NCR fire-cracker ban verdict
After the Supreme Court, on Monday banned the sale of firecrackers in the Delhi-National Capital Region during the upcoming festive season of Diwali, social media became a battle-field where the two parties (one supporting the verdict and one against it) spoke against each other. Not only commoners but celebrities have also seen harsh reactions from the virtual world on their comments about the verdict. Social media trolls reacted strongly against actress Juhi Chawla. After the judgement, the actress hailed the decision by the Supreme Court. She tweeted, “Brilliant move by Delhi supreme Court, firecrackers banned till November 1! Celebrate this Diwali with Diyas & love.”
Brilliant move by Delhi supreme Court, firecrackers banned till November 1! Celebrate this Diwali with Diyas & love ????????
— Juhi Chawla (@iam_juhi) October 9, 2017
Soon after, those who did not support the judgement started trolling the actress. One of them even posted a still from the movie where Juhi Chawla can be seen burning crackers and captioned it asking ‘Have you heard the word hypocrite?’
celebrate awards nights, new year eve with lots of crackers.those helps saving the enviro. burst crackers when TEAM INDIA WINS.
— sumit (@insumit) October 9, 2017
Now that is biased and insensitive! How can anyone decide for me? Do you think that ONLY bursting crackers for one day pollute nature?
— Kriti S (@kritish2007) October 9, 2017
She stays in Ac house n Rome in Ac cars that does not spoil environment !! Does it spoil ? @iam_juhi
— संजय दूगड ???????? (@dugarsanjays) October 9, 2017
Pls see results of a study by IIT Kanpur. Crackers are not at all a cause for pollution. How is banning sale of crackers by court brilliant? pic.twitter.com/WGBwx1j1ms
— Prasan (@Prasan2016) October 11, 2017
While actress Juhi Chawla was trolled for lauding SC’s decision, author Chetan Bhagat got trolled for commenting against the verdict.