Bollywood actor Richa Chadha has always been vocal about various issues that plagues the society. Like other Bollywood actors, Richa has always given it back to the internet trolls who have targetted her over the years on different topics. In one of the latest incidents, a troll asked the 'Fukrey' actor when will her marriage with Ali Fazal end.

"Tumhara talaak kab ho raha hai, batao? Kyuki tumhari shaadi Aamir Khan ki tarah zyada din tike wali nahi hai," a user tweeted in Hindi.

"When are you getting divorced? Because like Aamir Khan's marriage, your marriage, too, won't sustain for long," the tweet translates to English.

In reply, Richa did not hold back and told the user to think about his own life and asked his mother what kind of evil person did she bring into the world.

Read the tweet here:

Ali and Richa, who met on the sets of 'Fukrey', were supposed to tie the knot last year, but had to postpone it due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The actors have often been targeted for their inter-faith relationship.

Talking about it she told Mumbai Mirror, "I’ve got so much love from Ali’s family, and he from mine. I feel sorry for those loveless people who have a problem with someone else’s marital choices."

Talking about the lockdown experiences, Richa had told Hindustan Times that they had one lockdown since they moved in. During the time, they divided the chores and gave each other space. "I do not think he has to do anything special for me, I think his daily living is quite like… it is a very egalitarian household. Ali Fazal cooks wonderfully, he keeps the house wonderfully. He has become a good cat parent," Richa had said.

In September it was announced that the actor-couple have teamed up for Spotify's podcast, titled "Virus 2062".

Adapted from Chilean Spotify Original "Caso 63", the podcast is the first from Spotify India to be voice-led by Bollywood actors.

The original 10-episode audio-thriller podcast is about a psychiatric patient, who claims to have come from the future, to prevent the spread of a deadly virus.