Once again, veteran actor Sivakumar knocked down the phone of a fan who was trying to take a selfie with him. He is again being trolled for this on social media.
The actor was invited to a wedding at director-actor E Ramadoss’s house. While he was entering the venue, a fan tried to take a selfie with him. The actor knocked down the fan’s phone unapolegetically, despite have been trolled for a similar incident before. Meanwhile, as the phone went flying in the air, there was one unmissable moment. A person, who appeared to be the actor’s assistant, looked at the fan, disappointed, and it was as if he asked, “En ya?”
— Thalapathy Dhinesh (@dhinesh_vfcc) February 7, 2019
This video has gone viral online, and naturally many funny memes about it are trending on social media. Here are some of the best ones.
— Dhanush karthi (@_itz_Dhanush) February 7, 2019
— Maari jacob (@Dhanush_jacob) February 7, 2019
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— நாட்ராய பிரபு (@natrayaprabhu) February 7, 2019
— Kaipulla (@ramraajan) February 7, 2019
— கொஸக்ஸி பசப்புகழ் (@Arun_Madharasi) February 7, 2019
— தனிக்காட்டு ராஜா ?? (@Dhanush_Sugu2) February 7, 2019
Which actress is most suitable against #sivakumar ?
— neha arora (@nehaaro75732866) February 7, 2019
In October last year, the actor was at a fertility centre inauguration when he knocked down a fan’s phone. He later apologised to the media saying that he wished to be like a common man, and needed his privacy. He insisted that fans should ask him before taking selfies. The actor also bought the fan a new phone and replaced the one he knocked down.
He said, “Selfies – and pictures – are something that one takes with their family on a holiday. While I don’t want to comment on it, is it fair to shove the people who are standing guard in a public place filled with 200-300 people to take a selfie with me? Why don’t you extend the courtesy of asking me before taking a picture? How is it fair to expect a VIP to behave in the way you like? A celebrity is not public property.”