Taapsee Pannu to Sonam Kapoor to Suhana Khan: Celebs who kickback the trollers
Celebrities get trolled in social media platforms every now and then. But, these celebrities will show you how to deal with the trolling, read on.
Social media platforms are a toxic place where netizens troll and say nasty things to the celebrities whom they don't like or whose work they don't like. After the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, netizens are taking a toll on the star kids like Suhana Khan, Sonam Kapoor, etc. Here are a few actresses who kickback the trollers and are a quite striking example of showing strength and bravery to stand up for themselves.
Taapsee Pannu, who is prepping for her upcoming project, Rashmi Rocket got trolled on her acting skills. To which, she took a screenshot of the message and posted it in her story replying, "Exactly kya utha utha ke? Kyunki uthaya toh hai maine, standard but aapko shayad nahi samajh aaye."
Alia Bhatt's sister Shaheen Bhatt received rape threats and hate messages, but she dealt with utmost bravery and took her Instagram story to launch a kickass notice for the attacker. She said, "I will use all legal recourse available to take action. If you think you can't be located because you think your account is anonymous, please think again -- IP addresses are easily trackable. You are not invisible. Harassment is a crime".
Netizens attacked star kids profusely like Sonam Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Suhana Khan, etc. with their hate messages. Sonam Kapoor was slammed for what she said in the interview at the Karan Johar's show. A lot of videos surfaced on the Internet since Sushant's demise. She stood up for herself, took the hate comments in her story saying, "That episode that's been edited isn't all that I said. But people want to believe what they want to believe."
Shah Rukh Khan's 20-year-old daughter Suhana Khan has been slammed for her skin tone. She has been called out as 'Kali Chudail' (Black witch), which she handled with bravery, and said "Here are just a few of the comments made about my appearance. I've been told I'm ugly because of my skin tone, by full-grown men and women, since I was 12 years old. Other than the fact that these are actual adults, what's sad is that we are all Indian which automatically makes us brown - yes we come in different shades but no matter how much you try to distance yourself from the melanin, you just can't."