Social networking sites are taking the celebrity fights and dramas to a higher notch. The latest celebs to fight on Twitter are Ayesha Takia and Mallya prince Siddharth Mallya. Ayesha Takia expressed her allegations towards the Kingfisher staff for misbehaving with her sister Natasha who was supposed to travel by Kingfisher Airlines from Delhi to Mumbai.
Ayesha had tweeted, “My heart is beating so fast with anger that a girl at an airport gets treated this way by airport staff! Vinay Podwal ( KA staff) misbehaved with a passenger and tore her boarding pass. Vinay at Delhi airport, threatened and yelled at my sister saying he can throw anyone out and tore her boarding pass.” “She is unwell and has a horrible backache, I can’t believe this happened to her rite now! Is this how a girl alone at an airport gets treated by the staff of the airline she is flying?” asks Ayesha.
Reacting to this, son of Vijay Mallya, Siddharth tweeted: “Been getting retweets about Ayesha Takia & KFA. Not too sure who she is, an actor of some sorts?? But it seems something has upset her! Don’t know why Ayesha Takia is tweeting so much when she wasn’t even present. There are always two sides to a story.”
Shocked by Siddharth’s rude comments, Ayesha retorted on the micro-blogging site: “My sis is a normal Indian girl, traveling economy so of course you won’t give a shit, I know the whole story because it happened to my sister. I will rant Siddharth Mallya. This is your way of dealing with a hospitality business! Learn manners and respect.” “We are going to take serious action against this and go to court with it, let the law handle it, so that this doesn’t happen to any girl again,” says a defiant Ayesha Takia.
However, the senior Mallya brought an end to this ugly episode by apologizing to Natasha for the behavior of the airlines staff. Mallya tweeted, “My personal apologies 2 Natasha Ayesha Takia’s sister if she was disappointed with our service. Will have her allegations fully investigated.” After reading Mallya’s response Ayesha tweeted, “I appreciate the response and hope the matter is seriously looked into and dealt with.”