Raveena Tandon threatened and abused by Journalists and Trolls

Bollywood Actress Raveena Tandon has a twitter account and isn’t afraid of using it. She has taken a stand on numerous issues like Award Wapsi, Dadri killing etc and has recently been very vocal. This is in line with other creative people coming up and saying what they feel and it is a welcome sign that we have more people discussing and debating issues. On the back of her social media exploits Raveena often finds herself of TV debates as well. Celebs on social media often get flak from trolls, but this time even journalists joined in the abuse.

Yesterday Raveena Tandon tweeted the following:

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Soon, Priyanka Chaturvedi, a national spokesperson of Congress, instead of debating Raveena’s arguments, decided to attack Raveena directly and dismissed her as a “BJP sympathiser”. Raveena quickly pointed out that she had campaigned for Congress on numerous occasions and was offered prime seats from many parties so it is unfair to slot her with one party. 

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A few weeks ago, Journalists Rana Ayyub and Barkha Dutt, while discussing about Raveena, had made a few uncharitable remarks about her:

Raveena apparently mentioned this on a TV debate and immediately was theatened with a defamation suit by Rana Ayyub:

Ironically this defamation suit threat comes from the same Rana Ayyub who screams intolerance is rising, and from the same Rana Ayyub who had defamed Mohan Bhagwat saying he was behind the Bengal Church “attack”, whereas fact is, it was done by Bangladeshis.

//platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsAs the day progressed more journalists came out attacking Raveena Tandon. Assisstant Executive Editor at Mail Today had these distasteful, sexits remarks about Raveena Tandon, calling her a “Yummy Mummy”:

If journalists are showing the way, how can trolls be far away? Raveena also received abusive messages from scores of faceless trolls. 

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