Shah Rukh Khan is irked by social media users taking the virtual route to abuse other celebrities in order to show unethical support for their favourite star, reports IANS.
The superstar requested all his fans to refrain from belittling his colleagues and other films. The 49-year-old actor took to social networking site Facebook to express his views, and termed people’s act “uncool”.
The post read: “On social media you do/say what you feel, free expression blah blah, But will request my people not to deride or abuse other films and colleagues. Not cool.” The actor, who is busy shooting for his next “Dilwale”, said that he is not active on the social networking site to teach manners, but wants to keep “idiots” away from the his circle of fans. “But your life your rules. Am not here to teach manners. But I deal with idiots with sarcasm. ‘M*d*r B*h*n’ users are low on vocabulary and status,” he shared further.
Shah Rukh treats the social medium as a bridge to connect with his fans and admirers by giving out information about his personal as well as professional life.
This is not the first time that an actor has come forward to warn fans against abusing other celebrities. Salman Khan also spoke up about the issue and even warned fans in June that he will quit Twitter if the practice is continued.