Pun intended: Rishi Kapoor's tweets on Rahul Gandhi's 'dynasty politics' comment

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Rishi Kapoor took his anger out on Twitter posting some harsh tweets addressing the Congress Vice-President and has criticised him for his comments and advised Rahul Gandhi to work towards earning the respect of people instead of forcefully staking his claim. So, don't get after me because that's how India is run.

"The section of social media where the speech was criticised, as Rahul Gandhi himself pointed out, is controlled by 1,000 people behind computer screens".

Mr. Gandhi was speaking at an event at the University of California in Berkeley, kicking off his American tour during which he is scheduled to interact with several groups in multiple cities. And each generation is chosen by public on merit. He wrote, "By God's grace we are in 4 generations". Prithviraj Kapoor. Raj Kapoor. Maken, a former Union minister, rejected criticism of Rahul Gandhi's views on dynastic politics made during the Berkeley speech. Things seemed to be going pretty smoothly, till one person from the audience reportedly asked him about the prevalent dynasty trend that the Indian National Congress follows. Randhir Kapoor. Ranbir Kapoor-Males. "You have to earn people's respect and love through hard work, not zabardasti and gundagardi", he added.

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The Congress vice-president added that hatred, anger and violence can destroy the people of India, and that the politics of polarisation is very risky, which has raised its ugly head in India today.

Kapoor shot back, "I am absolutely sure you can Manish". Gandhi spoke of Akhilesh Yadav and Anurag Thakur as examples of dynasts in politics, Abhishek Bachchan in cinema and Isha and Akash Ambani in business - and, he said, he thought the same was happening at Infosys; something Chairman Emeritus Narayana Murthy has always denied. "I lost my father, my grandmother to violence, if I don't understand violence then who will?"

BJP was obviously expected to slam Rahul Gandhi's speech, but no one thought that Rishi Kapoor would lose his cool over the speech.

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