In his subsequent tweet, he wrote, "Even if one woman is offended by my reply to the meme, it calls for remedial action". The meme compared Aishwarya's relationships to poll results.:"Haha! creative!" Now, these people are demanding to put Vivek Oberoi behind bars. People don't go to work and rather start politics on non-issues.
Condemning the actor's tweet, NCW chairperson Rekha Sharma posted on the microblogging site, "This tweet is absolutely Disgusting, distasteful, and degrading a women".
Mumbai: Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi, who will soon be seen in PM Modi's biopic, was slammed by netizens for sharing a "tasteless" meme on the exit polls. "Somebody tweeted a meme and I laughed at it", he told media. "If I have done anything wrong, I will apologise", he said. However, the actor thinks he has not done anything wrong. "We are sending him a notice", Rahatkar said. Oberoi said there are people who just politicise "such non-issues" and drew a parallel with West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee. "Those who are in the meme have no objection, while politicians are trying to politicise the issue". Vivek Oberoi tweeted apology in the form of sharing the insult and disrespectful meme featuring Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. But, he doesn't think that he has done anything wrong. "It's personal advice that please lessen the overacting in your films and lessen overreacting on social media". I laughed on it and I appreciated the person for his creativity. We will be talking to Twitter to remove that tweet immediately, ' she added.
She further said, "I will never forget how they refused to take Kangana's complaint against a big star, but come to fight for these childish jokes when so many rape and harassment cases are lying unaddressed".