Shilpa Shetty misunderstanding that the novel would teach children about animal welfare led to trollers having a field day.
Mumbai: Currently celebrities have to consider twice before putting their views into words since they are being viewed closely by the world, cheers to the Internet. Left are the days when one could get away by building stupid statements since the people of the Internet are not only alert but they are also extremely witty. On numerous occasions we have seen the Twitterati unite in contract and get the helms of the troll-game rolling.
Not anything escapes the eyes of trollers, neither do they pardon anybody, particularly celebrities. Sonam Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Priyanka Chopra, Ranveer Singh and Anushka Sharma would approve on that.
As it goes out, the new star to link the ever rising list is none other than Shilpa Shetty, who considers George Orwell’s ‘Animal Farm‘ is a book for children.
Newly there were reports of books like the Harry Potter and the Lord of the Rings series being encompassed in the school prospectus for students. A foremost newspaper decided to take the estimation of a few superstars on books that they stroked should also be a part of the curriculum to be helpful for the students. And in the article, Shilpa Shetty suggested ‘Animal Farm’ by saying, “Animal Farm can teach the small ones to love and care for animals.” WHAT?!
The comment provided Twitteratti the chance to troll the actress as the book, printed by George Orwell, really traces the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the Stalinist age of the Soviet Union. The animals being used in the novel are only on a symbolic level. Her misunderstanding that the novel would teach children about animal well-being steered to trollers having a field day. Check out some of the interesting tweets: