Social media is never easy when you are a celebrity. Trolls always follow you around, and this is what that has upset Pratik Sehajpal. The recent fans wars on social media turned nasty when Pratik’s fans targetted and trolled other celebs. In his latest tweet, Pratik Sejpal requested his fans to not troll people and even apologised to those who received mean comments in his name.
PRATIK URGES FANS TO STOP TROLLING
Pratik Sehajpal took to Twitter and wrote, “Guys stop trolling people. I don’t believe me eyes… itne gande messages. Tum meri Fam ke nahi ho sakte kyunki itna hate and such bad messages #PratikFam can’t send. And to everyone facing this trolling in my name, I’m really sorry! Please ignore these trollers (sic)!” After this, he thanked his fandom for understanding. He wrote, “Thank you #PratikFam for understanding! Love you (sic).”
Pratik Sehajpal was the first runner-up of Bigg Boss 15. Tejasswi Prakash won the show. Recently, Pratik was in the news after his Tu Laut Aa co-star Kanishka Kapoor accused him of editing out her scenes in their music video.
About Pratik Sejpal:
Pratik Sehajpal (born May 12, 1993) is an Indian actor, model, athlete, fitness trainer, and motivational speaker. He is known for participating as a contestant in Colors TV reality show “Bigg Boss OTT”. More information on him is here, including his wiki and biography.
Pratik Sehajpal was born and brought up in Delhi, India. He did his schooling in Delhi and graduated from Amity Law School in Delhi. As a fitness enthusiast from his teenage years, he always aspired to pursue his career as a fitness professional.
His educational qualifications have been covered in this section. Fans often follow their favorite celebrities to be inspired by their activities. Everyone likes to learn about the educational background of their favorite personalities. The following table provides information about educational qualifications.
In the past, he has also won many competitions in bodybuilding and powerlifting.
Pratik’s name was included in the Top 10 list of the Liverpool FC youth football camp held in New Delhi.