Orry reacts to netizens who called him arrogant for shaming Palak Tiwari on social media; says, ‘I have never ever behaved like this because I have never heard such nonsense from someone before’
shaming Palak Tiwari on social media: Shweta Tiwari’s daughter Palak Tiwari and socialite Orhan Awatramani’s controversy unfolded after a screenshot of a WhatsApp chat between the two went viral.
Orry was called out on the internet for his arrogance after he shared a screenshot of their conversation on Instagram stories but later pulled it down. She was seen apologising to him, but Orry responded with the emoji of the middle finger. The chat also involved Sara Ali Khan’s name.
Awatramani reacts to the flak he’s been receiving after his chat with Palak went viral. He took to Reddit to respond to a query about what actually happened between them and wrote, “Why is no one asking what she’s apologising for? Think about it. You’ll be grilling me for not happily accepting her apology. But she’s obviously apologising for something she did that was wrong—wrong enough that a third party had to get involved and make her see it correctly.”
He added, “Do you think 1) she would apologise, 2) I would story it like that, and 3) others would tell her to apologise? If she was not very wrong in some action and crossed a line, I have friends in all departments. Please check my friend list; it goes beyond the young generation of actors, and I have never ever behaved like this because I have never heard such nonsense from someone before.”
“Orry, Palak is here. If it’s an apology you want,” Palak messaged, to which Orry replied to her with a third-finger emoji. She then wrote, “Out of respect for Sara, I’m saying it.” To this, Orry responded, “No, babe, I’m sorry. Either you apologise out of self-respect or You don’t know how to talk.” Palak’s next message read, “I’ve said my apology.”
Palak was recently seen with Sara Ali Khan’s brother, Ibrahim Ali Khan, ringing in the new year together. Sara and Orry have been good friends since they studied together in the UK.