Almost every day, we see celebrities walking their pets around the city, including regulars like Malaika Arora, Sophie Choudry, and Georgia Adriani. Actor Rohit Roy mocked celebrities in his recent tweet for walking their dogs and “never carrying a plastic bag” to pick up their junk. Read on for more on the story below.
Rohit expressed his concern on Twitter and internet users began to respond.
Rohit Roy tweeted: “All of our dear celebrities seeing ‘walking their pets’ look so cool and chic in their perfect ‘walking the pet’ outfit… I’ve never seen one wearing a bag in plastic but I wonder who picks up the crap once their babies are done?!? “
All of our dear celebrities seeing ‘walking their pets’ look so cool and stylish in their perfect ‘walking the pets’ outfits… I’ve never seen one carrying a plastic bag, I wonder who picks it up shit after their babies are done?!? 🤫
– Rohit Bose Roy (@ rohitroy500) May 28, 2021
Rohit continued in a thread and wrote in his next tweet, “Puraani aadat hai logon ki, to leave a mess for others to clean up.”
Puraani aadat hai logon ki, to leave a mess that others can clean up.
– Ronit Bose Roy (@RonitBoseRoy) May 28, 2021
Responding to Rohit Roy on his tweet, one user commented: “PETA wale piche pad jayenge aap dono ke PS I must have started yelling at people who often stop to let their ‘babies’ poop in the empty lot next to my house. It is a mess that no one cares about the government facing. Madam Minister is busy intimidating people in the name of saving animals ”.
PETA wale jug pad jayenge aap dono ke
PS I must have started yelling at people who often stop to let their “babies” poop in the empty lot next to my house. It is a mess that no one cares about the government facing. Madam Minister is busy intimidating people in the name of saving animals 🤷🏼♂️
– Anurag (@LekhakAnurag) May 28, 2021
Meanwhile, recently Rohit Roy returned to the big screen in the action drama “Mumbai Saga”, released in March. He loves playing high octane action roles, but says he won’t just stick to that genre.
“There’s a weakness for action in me because male actors always want to make action movies. But I don’t see myself doing that. For me, it’s important that the action movie or thriller I’m a part of has a story behind it and that my character moves that story. Stupid acting is not a genre that I see myself fitting into. For me, whether it’s ‘Shootout At Lokhandwala’ or ‘Kaabil’, there has to be a story between the actions, ”Rohit told IANS.
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