Anurag Kashyap is having quite a day on Twitter. The filmmaker took to his Twitter account last evening to wish Prime Minister Narendra Modi on his and his party’s mammoth victory in the Lok Sabha Elections 2019. However, Anurag also complained in the same tweet about a Modi follower and a troll, threatening his daughter. While Modi is yet to reply to his tweet, The Accidental Prime Minister co-producer, Ashoke Pandit had his two cents to say on the issue.
“This twitter handle seems to be photo-shopped because it doesn’t exist. Seems to be created by an #UrbanNaxal to give an opportunity to somebody to abuse #Modi when the entire World is happy,” Ashoke Pandit wrote on his Twitter account as a reply to Anurag’s tweet to the Indian PM.
However, this irked the filmmaker in a wrong way as he replied on the same thread with his Gangs of Wasseypur avatar, hurling out abuses to the producer. “Search for it on Instagram not on twitter you moron … this is my daughter getting a threat (full language has been omitted),” – Anurag Kashyap said in his reply.
Later, Ashoke Pandit even shared a Whatsapp message, which the producer claims to have received from Anurag Kashyap, and much like the tweet, the Whatsapp message too was full of foul language and the filmmaker lashing out at the producer.
Meanwhile, Ashoke replied to the Whatsapp text with the following: “Mind your language, Mr Kashyap. Read my very next tweet on the thread. Let’s file a complaint with the police and get him arrested than asking the PM what to do. I am sure you know that law enforcing agencies exist in this country of ours.”
Now let’s see what happens next.