How Paresh Rawal silenced a Pakistani troll who claimed the actor 'drinks cow urine'

Comments of Bollywood actor and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Paresh Rawal on Twitter have been appreciated by social media users.

After Kashmiri separatist leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq cheered for the Pakistan Cricket Team after its thumping victory over England in the first semi-final match of the ongoing ICC Champions Trophy, noted Bollywood actor and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP Paresh Rawal took to Twitter and lashed out at the separatist leader and called him a traitor for supporting Pakistan.

“Mirwaiz is a traitor and a separatist and lapdog of Pakistan! Why should we crib or care about his tweet! Aren’t we plain childish,” wrote Paresh Rawal.

Pakistani Cricket Team’s victory in Cardiff was also celebrated in Kashmir with the locals taking to street to burst firecrackers. The chairman of Hurriyat Forum took to Twitter and tweeted, “As we were finishing taraweeh, could hear the fire crackers bursting, well played team #Paksitan. Best of luck for the finals!”

Following the BJP MP’s tweet, a Pakistani also took to Twitter and started trolling Rawal. While expressing his anger, Lateef Khan wrote, “Extremely third class log ho aap (you people are extremely third class).”

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After his tweet, Paresh Rawal mocked Khan and wrote, “Remove the mirror and then talk.”

That was not all, and the Pakistani fan replied to Rawal and said, “Wherever you go, you drink cow urine,” to which the Bollywood actor replied “Tum khuda ke banaya hua lateefa ho, tumhara koi ilaaj nahi (You are god’s made joke and you cannot be treated.”

Rawal’s reply has gone down well with the Twitterati, and they are liking and retweeting his tweets for giving a good reply to the man who tried to troll Indians.

Meanwhile, Pakistan will now play against India in the ICC Champions Trophy final. India will be looking forward to defend their title on June 18.

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