Disha Patani Gives A Powerful Message & A Befitting Reply To The One Who Body Shammed Her


Disha Patani is one of the young stars who climbing the ladder of success with their amazing talent and hard work after featuring into many successful films like M.S Dhoni and Kung Fu Yoga. She had also been in the news after her posters were worshiped for her virginity in Hindu College in the Valentines week.

There is no doubt she is one of the cutest actresses in our Bollywood. Along with cuteness, as a professional actress, she also needs to stay fit and hence, her body structure should always remain in good shape. However, she recently posted her picture on her Instagram account where there were many body-shammers who abused her in the comment section.

Yes, you read that right. The user wrote, “You look like a Wh*re, exploring your b**bs, we got the point you have implants, no need to show off.”

She is quite active on Instagram and posts her pictures regularly. However, sexually explicit comments about her body and her character are something that was disturbing her since a very long time and this time, she decided to address it with utmost maturity.

This is how she responded to it.

This is what she wrote, ‘Have been reading so many news lately on molestation and rape! When people in our country are worshiping goddesses what a shame for not being respectful enough to know certain boundaries that make you a human and not an animal!

It’s easier to judge a woman on the basis of how much they cover up their skin, but it’s hard to accept your own cheap mentality where you can’t stop staring at those inappropriate areas which you are asking her to cover!

Wake up and start accepting that we are not going to be anybody’s idea of an “Indian girl”. Don’t let your frustration destroy somebody’s life because you won’t be happy if it happens in your own family! Stop this hypocrisy and open your mind!”

It seems like a certain group of people have now started to poke their nose in everyone’s else business. Moral policing is what we call it which has increased to a great extent. Does this word give you the right to judge a girl on the basis of her dressing sense?

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