BUSTED! Vidyut Jammwal leaks Ram Gopal Verma’s homophobic comments on Tiger Shroff

Vinod Talreja

Ram Gopal Varma and his randomness. The director sends out non-sensical tweets every now and then. And he seems to have major problems with Tiger Shroff. He has called Tiger gay, bikini babe and various other things. Recently, he sent out a tweet to Tiger and asked him to macho up like his father. Clearly Varma isn’t done with Tifer yet as he now called up Vidyut Jammwal to tell him how Tiger is like a woman and why he should challenge the Heropanti actor for a duel. But then Vidyut thought why should he have all the fun and put up the recorded call on his Twitter account. When you hear it, you will be appalled at the low this once talented director has hit.

Vidyut uploaded the call on Twitter saying, “Forget the Shaolin Monk style, check out @RGVZoomin’s #drunkenmasterstyle.” While praising Vidyut, RGV went all out on Tiger’s looks and behaviour. He can be heard saying in the audio file, “You Vidyut are the biggest, greatest man I ever saw in my life, Tiger Shroff is the greatest woman I saw in my life” He then provokes Vidyut saying, “bottom line is whether you think you can beat the shit out of Tiger Shroff or not”. To this the actor says, “I don’t think that sir. I have bigger things to think in my life.” We feel you should hear the rest on your own:



Vidyut got a call from RGV on Monday about some work where the director was praising him a lot. He said, “Later, he called to ask if I had read his tweets. I did read them and told him that I didn’t understand why he would he make such remarks. I put out the recording with his permission,” revealed Vidyut to Mumbai Mirror. ALSO READ: Disha Patani was stalked by a crazy male fan and this is what happened next…

Tiger however maintained his last stance of ‘everybody has a freedom to express’. He told the daily, “Ramu sir is very random sometimes. Vidyut sir and I are martial artistes and the first rule of martial arts is that we don’t use it as an offensive. I wouldn’t want to use martial arts to fight anybody. Ramu sir and Vidyut sir are my seniors and I wouldn’t want to talk against them either,” he asserted, insisting he has a lot of respect for both. Ramu sir has the freedom of speech so he can say what he wants. I haven’t heard the recording so I wouldn’t want to comment on it.”

It all began with RGV posting some 10 tweets about a duel he was fantasising on between Vidyut and Tiger. Check them out here:


Ram Gopal Varma really needs to tone it down, it’s high time.