Bollywood actress Rakul Preet Singh is one of the very stunning actresses we have in Bollywood. Besides taking our breath away with her gorgeous looks, her social media game is very powerful. The actress is quite regular when it comes to posting her fashion and fitness videos on her social media.
While fans just can’t stop gushing about her stunning pictures and videos, there have been moments when the actress has found herself at the receiving end of unnecessary trolling and sh*ming on social media. Though the actress never minces with her words otherwise, she has decided on to not pay any attention to the negativity that goes around the social-media.
Recently, in an interview, the actress talked about getting trolled and if it affects us. She said:
“Trolls are people mostly without any real identity. They think they’re of some importance to a verified profile, and getting a response on their cheap remark would validate their existence. But it’s a myth,”
However, last year Rakul Preet Singh she had put her foot down when she was sl*t shamed for her wearing a short dress. Rakul had come under the scanner after she replied to a troll who wrote: “When she forgot to wear her pant after the session in the car (sic).” To which Rakul had replied:
“I think your mother does a lot of sessions in the car so you’re an expert !! Ask her to give u some sense also besides these session details .. till the time people like this exist women can’t be safe .. just debating about equality and safety won’t help… (sic)”
Sadly, the actress was badly trolled and slammed for her reply to the troll, but she didn’t stop and took to her Twitter to give a fitting reply to the troll. She wrote: “Those questioning my ethics, why don’t you speak up when women are objectified…”
In the interview, Rakul recalled the incident and said how something bothers so much that one has to give it back. She said:
“I had woken up to that post and I just couldn’t hold myself from replying. It was the girl Rakul who replied and not the actor Rakul. I feel there’s so much negativity and hatred in this world. Now, I’ve come to a point that there’s a certain section of the society that you can’t do anything about,”
“I’m open to criticism, but I do get affected when someone attacks me personally or my family. That’s something I’ll not be okay with. Otherwise, I don’t really care because they are faceless people who write things to seek importance, and I really don’t have the time for that,”