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Controversial filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma quits Twitter


While he may have closed his Twitter account, Varma will not be isolating himself from social media completely.

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Mayur Lookhar

Those who love controversies will be disappointed with the news of filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma deciding to quit Twitter. However, those offended by his tweets will welcome the development. However, it's not the controversies that forced Varma to quit the micro-blogging website.

“I was living only in the Twitter world. I just wanted to change my world and that can only happen if I completely isolate myself," Varma told entertainment website BollywoodHungama.com.

While he may have closed his Twitter account, Varma will not be isolating himself from social media completely.

“I will be more active on social media than I was on Twitter, but in a very serious way, whether it’s films or web series or short films. Instead of tweets I want to communicate through pictures and videos on Instagram,” added Varma.

From Karan Johar to Pawan Kalyan to riling women and devotees, Varma has often created a storm with his controversial tweets. Varma was left embarrassed after Vidyut Jammwal exposed their telephonic conversation wherein Varma called Tiger Shroff names. Varma has never expressed any regrets over his other tweets except this controversy.

After Sarkar 3 flopped, Varma is currently working on webseries, Guns & Thighs.