Maverick filmmaker posts sarcastic tweets on American Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump
Ram Gopal Varma decides to blow his ‘Trump’et
Mumbai - 30 May 2016 16:51 IST
One would have expected him to talk about his latest release, but with Veerappan failing to appease audiences, Ram Gopal Varma has taken to social media to indulge in some banter. And this time he has gone global, sharing his thoughts on the Republican Party's presidential candidate in the United States, Donald Trump.
Ram Gopal Varma posted a series of tweets, expressing his thoughts on the Repbublican front-runner for the presidency.
I secretly don't feel that Trump won't do to Americans as much as he will not do for Muslims but I openly feel that the reverse is not true.— Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) May 29, 2016
But Muslims should not worry about Trump because he also does not worry about them and that's because they also worry about him— Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) May 29, 2016
Yes, it may be hard to make sense of these tweets, but it appears that these are a sarcastic dig at Trump. Varma, also known as RGV, did not stop here and kept the paradoxes coming in the following tweets.
Out of intense concern on various issues ,I decided to follow @realDonaldTrump and anyone with serious issues should seriously do the same— Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) May 29, 2016
I decided to give my non policy advises to all the policies of @realDonaldTrump and anyone concerned can unfollow— Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) May 29, 2016
His final tweet on Trump had Ram Gopal Varma bring up outgoing president Barack Obama.
All of RGV's Trump tweets have failed to attracted attention from the Republican candidate so far, but the filmmaker ended his night retweeting fellow Twitter commentator Kamaal Rashid Khan.
Ha ha ha this is why u are kkkkkk rrrrrrr kkkkkkk https://t.co/21DvNKEMuE— Ram Gopal Varma (@RGVzoomin) May 29, 2016
The filmmaker certainly was amused with KRK’s tweet, but his follow-up comment left us wondering if he wasn't trying to take another little dig at Shah Rukh Khan. But who's complaining? Keep those pearls coming, Mr Varma.