Recently, a Twitter thread went viral when people started listing the best insults ever. However, what interested most people were the unforgettable Indian celebrity insults. The thread began when a netizen asked others to share the insults they can never forget. Amidst countless responses, the Indian celebrities’ insults became quite popular among netizens. From Farah Khan roasting Karan Johar to Katrina Kaif silencing Ranbir Kapoor with her glare, this thread has given us some real gems. Here are some of the best desi celebrity insults that left the internet impressed.
The Best Desi Celebs Insults Of All Time
1. When Chunky Panday got the taste of his own medicine! Thanks to Farah Khan
The comment was in response to a reel posted by Farah Khan, where she enters Ananya’s vanity van and tells her, “Ananya Ananya, you’ve won a national award for Khaali Peeli.” Ananya gets excited, but Farah then delivers the punchline, “I was joking,” mimicking the style of her friend’s dad, Chunky Panday.
2. When the king of wits Shah Rukh Khan showed there is no one like him
3. Can you beat Aishwarya Rai roasting host David Letterman on his own show?
4. How Katrina Kaif without saying a word insulted Ranbir Kapoor.
During the promotion of their movie Jagga Jasoos, Katrina Kaif reportedly insulted Ranbir Kapoor without uttering a word. The video captures the uncomfortable dynamic between the two, who had allegedly broken up before the promotional tour. In one interview, Ranbir was accused of mansplaining when he interrupted Katrina and prevented her from answering a question despite her objections.
The Best Desi Celebs Insults Of All Time That Left Internet ROFL
5. And, when Aish roasted a French journalist on his stupid question about doing nude scenes!
6. When SRK trolled Katrina during a promotional event
7. When Harbhajan Singh roasted Shoaib Akhtar in a way that he will never forget!
8. And, when Farah Khan roasted Karan on his own show in a way, he will never forget
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