Disappointed at Richa Chadha’s Galwan tweet, Kay Kay Menon

Richa Chadha’s Galwan tweet has Kay Kay Menon miffed. Richa Chadha stole the show when she recently married her longtime lover Ali Fazal in a lavish ceremony.

The newlyweds are delighted right now since people loved their wedding images and videos. The actress made headlines once again yesterday after tweeting about the unrest in Galwan and becoming the topic of a discussion. Akshay Kumar recently expressed his “sadness” upon viewing Richa’s tweet on Twitter. He showed a screenshot of Richa’s now-deleted post and expressed dismay. Kay Kay Menon, a well-known actress, then attacked Richa’s statement.

Kay Kay Menon is one of Bollywood’s most talented performers. He has made several film and internet series appearances. The actor was also disappointed by Richa’s post. Alongside a copy of Richa Chadha’s tweet, he added, “Our brave men and women in the military put their lives on the line to keep every citizen of our nation safe and secure! The least we can do in response to such bravery is to feel love, respect, and gratitude in our hearts. #JaiHind! वंदे मातरम

Richa has faced a lot of backlash on social media after bringing up the Galwan conflict with Chinese soldiers in 2020 in response to an army commander’s comments about recovering Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK). Several lawmakers and online users referred to her comment as “shameful” in their criticisms.

She tweeted, “Galwan Say Hi,” in response to Lt. General Upendra Dwivedi’s assertion that the Indian Army is ready to carry out instructions like regaining Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. Akshay responded to the tweet on Twitter.He wrote, “Hurts to see this.” Nothing should ever make us lose sight of how much we value our military forces. Aaj hum hain, toh woh hain.

After being criticised on social media, the actress tweeted a public apology. Richa claimed that she didn’t intend for her statement to offend or insult anyone. “I sincerely apologise if the three words that are the subject of a controversy have offended or hurt anyone, even though it can never be assumed that this was my intention.”

I further add that I would be saddened if, even unintentionally, my statements had prompted my brothers in the fauj—of which my own Nanaji was a distinguished member—to feel this way. She continued by stating that her grandpa, a lieutenant colonel, had been wounded in the leg during the Indo-China War in the 1960s. She said, “My mamaji was a paratrooper.” My family is prone to it. I can appreciate how a mother feels when her kid gives his life or suffers harm protecting the nation, which is made up of people just like us. It’s a delicate topic for me.

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