Bollywood actor Avinash Tiwary who recently won hearts with his power-packed performance in Netflix’s ‘Bulbbul’ was taken aback after he saw the news of his death online.
The ‘Bulbbul’ actor took to social to bust the fake story of his demise. Avinash slammed the article, which was published on a news portal. The website has now taken down the post.
The ‘Laila Majnu’ actor tweeted, “Not so soon guys 🙂 Kaun hain ye log…Kahan se aate hain ye log? Bhai thoda standard improve kar lo apna…Plzz. Thank you.”
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‘Kadvi Hawa’ director Nila Madhab Panda wrote, “Whoa !!!! So sorry to know this , it’s sad that people jump the gun on anything nowadays without even checking , wish you good health and strength
Whoa !!!! So sorry to know this , it’s sad that people jump the gun on anything nowadays without even checking , wish you good health and strength @avinashtiw85
— Nila Madhab PANDA ନୀଳମାଧବ ପଣ୍ଡା (@nilamadhabpanda) July 18, 2020
Avinash received rave reviews from the critics and fans for his role as Satya in Anushka Sharma’s ‘Bulbbul’. He shared a heartfelt post to thank everyone for the love and support.
“I want to take this opportunity and thank everyone for the love showered for #Bulbbul. Its very rare to be part of a film wherein every facet of the film is acknowledged and appreciated equally.”
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I want to take this opportunity and thank everyone for the love showered for #Bulbbul. Its very rare to be part of a film wherein every facet of the film is acknowledged and appreciated equally. Thank you @anvita_dee for making me a part of this beautiful film which has ignited so many conversations. One of the many conversations I have had with close friends and family, because there I can speak my mind freely, revolves around patriarchy. One of the major reasons I signed on was that I wanted to see what Satya would bring to the film. At the end of the film, Bulbbul calls out Satya as one of the patriarchs in the film… she tells him, ‘Tum Sab Ek Jaise Ho’. That’s the conversation that’s been happening around me… was Satya patriarchal? What did he really do wrong? Most men around me identify themselves as being like Satya… he’s someone who doesn’t really do things wrong, but still becomes an oppressor/ patriarchal because of the conditioning that most men have. I kept debating with Anvita(Someone i truly vale and respect) about it… Honestly, I kept thinking that Satya was doing everything right, until Anvita said that, ‘Avinash, maybe you need to acknowledge that you are a closet patriarch yourself’. It’s not very easy to accept that… I am still fighting it but I am willing to understand that I may be wrong about it. I am happy that at least people around me are having a conversation about it. When that conversation becomes a public discourse, that’s when things will get interesting and a change will happen. I truly feel that I am a feminist coz i believe in equal opportunities for everyone and the day I can acknowledge that I am actually a closet patriarch is when that shift will happen, at least within me. Taking this opportunity to thank all my lovely co-actors…learnt so much from each one of them @tripti_dimri @rahulbose7 @paoli_dam @parambratachattopadhyay❤️❤️❤️❤️ Want to thank my producers @anushkasharma and @kans26 @officialcsfilms for giving me this opportunity. Thank you @netflix_in Love to the whole team. ❤️❤️❤️??? Over to the next. P.S apne camere se kheechi gayi tasveerein.
On the professional front, Avinash Tiwary will be next seen in ‘The Girl On The Train’. The mystery thriller co-starring Parineeti Chopra was slated to hit the silver screens on May 8, 2020. However, the film got delayed due to COVID-19 pandemic.