Social media has made revolutionary changes in peoples’ lives. Now people who have their own opinion and voice on certain things can speak up and express it through these social networking websites. Bollywood celebs who seem too far from common man have come in front blurring the lines of privacy. Every single move of them is now in the eye of people, from the outfit they wear to the gestures they do everything under the radar of netizens. There are certain good things about connectivity as fans can interact and see the sneak peek of their favorite celebs’ lifestyle however, everything comes with a price, and so does this idea of connectivity.
Bullies and trolls have also made an appearance, in addition to genuine well-wishers. There hasn’t been a single day in the virtual world when trolls haven’t shown their twisted mentality over the celebs outfits. No matter what they were there are a certain number of users who are always there to criticize them. Celebrities have been subjected to toxic criticism ranging from Deepika Padukone to Rashmika Mandanna, no one has left from this troll army.
Bollywood Deepika Padukone looks absolutely stunning in the red dress as she appeared to promote her new film Gehraiyaan. But certain internet users didn’t like what she was wearing and started trolling her.
Ananya wore a stunning red short dress with a plunging neckline and she looked stunning. However, trolls tried to tell her how uncomfortable she looked when she tried to change her outfit or hold on to it in the cold weather. Her teeny-tiny top drew internet trolls who poured their hate on her.
Rashmika was seen at the airport sporting blue denim shorts and a sweatshirt. She looked fantastic, and her followers adored her. But as usual the trolls, on the other hand, trolls asked whether she had forgotten to put her pants on.
The actress was recently photographed in Mumbai with a tiny bag in her hand. In a red sweatshirt and tights, she looked gorgeous. However, the size of the luggage prompted some internet trolls to mock her.