Uday Chopra Clarifies ‘Suicide’ Tweet as ‘Dark Humour’
RBN Web Desk: Hindi film actor Uday Chopra has clarified that his tweet where he indicated of committing ‘suicide’ was all about ‘dark humour.’ Chopra, who attained stardom with films like ‘Mohabbatein’ and the ‘Dhoom’ series, claimed that this earlier tweet was ‘misunderstood.’
The actor, in a tweet on Saturday, said that he was ‘not OK!’ and that it could be a ‘good option to commit suicide’ after deleting his Twitter account. Concerned fans soon went into a tizzy and advised him not to think on such lines since every person passes through depression at some point of time in their lives. Depression is a lesson, some said, adding that it helps a person to emerge stronger.
Chopra later deleted the tweets but not before they went viral. He also deactivated his Twitter account.
Seems like I tweeted something recently that got a few of you worried. I’m totally fine, its just my dark humour that sometimes gets misunderstood. Thanks for all your concern though.
— Uday Chopra (@udaychopra) March 24, 2019
The actor, however, restored his account earlier today and clarified that he is absolutely fine. He also thanked his fans for their concern.
Pic: Times of India