Bollywood luminary Ajay Devgn recently disapproved of the persistent online trolling directed at his daughter, Nysa. During a candid discussion on Koffee With Karan 8, Ajay expressed his and Nysa’s dislike for the negative comments she frequently receives in the digital space. Despite acknowledging the wrongfulness and hurtfulness of such remarks, Ajay emphasized that a few negative voices don’t represent the entire world’s opinion.
Regarding Nysa’s potential entry into Bollywood, Ajay Devgn disclosed that, for the time being, she has no inclination to pursue a career in the film industry.
“Right now, she doesn’t want to be in the film industry. But tomorrow, if something changes, they will bring this interview up and play it.”
He noted that if her stance were to change in the future, people might revisit his statements from the interview.
“Of course she doesn’t like it, I don’t like it, but you can’t change it, so you live with it. A few people talking rubbish about you does not mean that the whole world thinks the same about you. Otherwise, social media doesn’t work. You write good things about people, but nobody is interested in reading it.”
Ajay’s wife, Kajol, has also been vocal about their approach to handling online trolling. She advised their children not to take mean comments to heart and encouraged them to respond with a sense of humor. Kajol acknowledged the challenges of responding to every negative comment and emphasized the importance of not giving undue attention to online hate.
In another interview, Kajol expressed her feelings about Nysa facing constant backlash, acknowledging that while it’s hurtful to see her child receiving hate, there’s a limit to taking such comments seriously.
The couple has consistently supported their daughter in navigating the complexities of fame, with Kajol praising Nysa for handling the paparazzi culture adeptly since a young age.
As the Devgn family addresses the challenges posed by online trolling, the spotlight remains on their collective resilience in the face of negativity.