Rishi Kapoor takes to Twitter to give 'dynasty lessons' to Rahul Gandhi

Rishi Kapoor takes to Twitter to give 'dynasty lessons' to Rahul Gandhi

Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi reference to Bollywood while elaborating on "dynasty politics" has Rishi Kapoor out of control on Twitter. Rahul Gandhi cited the example of megastar Amitabh Bachchan and his son, actor Abhishek while explaining "dynasty legacy", during a talk at Berkeley University during his visit to the US. Well, while the young leader said nothing in particular for the Kapoor looks like the senior actor took personal offense over it.

Summary: Slamming the demonetisation move, Rahul Gandhi made a novel comment on the Central government. One of them was none other than Rishi Kapoor who himself comes from an influential family which has been contributing to the Hindi film industry since the past 90 years. "And each generation is chosen by public on merit (sic)", Rishi Kapoor tweeted.

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Nepotism has been the burning topic in Bollywood ever since Kangana Ranaut called Karan Johar a flag bearer of it on the latter's show and while star kids in Bollywood repeatedly get quizzed about it, Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi is among the most popular politicians having to deal with questions about dynasty. Prithviraj Kapoor. Raj Kapoor. Randhir Kapoor. Ranbir Kapoor - Males.

Earlier on Tuesday, responding to a question that there was a perception that the Congress was patronizing dynastic politics, Rahul Gandhi amused the audience saying Akhilesh Yadav, Stalin, Abhishek Bachchan, the children of Ambani etc. are all dynasts. "I do not have any thing to say to such people", told Ramdev. In the speech, the Congress Vice-President spoke about how most of the political parties in the country relied on dynastic politics and also said that it was how India functioned. "So don't bullshit people on "Dynasty" You have to earn people's respect and love through hard work not zabardasti and gundagardi (sic),' he tweeted". He hasn't achieved anything creditworthy so far but he still is being projected as the PM candidate of the oldest and the biggest political party of this nation.

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