Hrithik's 'Manipur' tweet blunder

Just a few days after being trolled mercilessly on Twitter for tweeting about ‘The Dress’, Hrithik Roshan is again at the receiving end of the Twitterati’s wrath, this time for a more serious issue.

Hrithik Roshan took to Twitter last night (June 4) to condemn the Manipur attack, but a little less on knowledge as he was, he chose the wrong words to convey his message. He tweeted:

My heartfelt condolences to d families of the 20 jawans killed in a mindless ambush by Manipur tribals. http://t.co/A91V4VnA1G salute.

— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) June 4, 2015

Later, the ‘Krrish’ actor realised his folly and corrected his mistake.

Correction- unidentified Manipur tribal militant groups .. To be more precise.— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) June 4, 2015

But by then, the damage had been done. He was trolled and called ‘ignorant’ by some.

@iHrithik r u high?? Seriouslyyyy?? Manipur tribal?? Goshhh i dont expect such ignorant statement from a star like u..

— thang phymphu (@Thangfymzz) June 5, 2015

@iHrithik Yo mofo. I’m a tribal from the NE and I don’t kill people. Watch where you step bro.— Ningsang Jamir (@NingsangJamir) June 5, 2015

@iHrithik what an ignorant man you are. learn the difference between tribals and Militants.

— Tenzing L (@tenzinglungten) June 5, 2015

@iHrithik u should be singing (I’m a barbie girl in my barbie world)in your head right now…lol— sangram v singh (@sangy80) June 5, 2015

@iHrithik Kabhi kabhi lagta hai, Jo ZNMD me tumhari li gayi thi, vo sahi hi tha

— TharkiBaaj (@TharakBaaj) June 5, 2015

Even after Hrithik made the correction, the Twitterati showed no mercy and kept on trolling.

The actor was meted out a similar treatment when on May 21, he tweeted about ‘The Dress’ that broke the internet three months back. He had tweeted:

Hrithik Roshan took to Twitter last night (June 4) to condemn the Manipur attack, but a little less on knowledge as he was, he chose the wrong words to convey his message. © Provided by Indian Express Hrithik Roshan took to Twitter last night (June 4) to condemn the Manipur attack, but a little less on knowledge as he was, he chose the wrong words to convey his message.

White and gold ? Or blue and black? Ask around. pic.twitter.com/qBLMNDVHh7— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) May 21, 2015

A little late in informing his fans and followers about this, Hrithik was attacked on Twitter for his ignorance.

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