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How Neitzens trolled Ajay-Kajol’s Daughter Nysa while she walked in High Heels in difficulty

It is unfortunate to hear that Nysa Devgn, the daughter of Bollywood power couple Ajay Devgn and Kajol, has been the target of brutal online trolling after she was spotted struggling to walk in high heels at an event. The incident has once again shed light on the toxicity of social media, particularly towards young individuals who are still learning and growing. Check the Instagram post as under:


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It is important to remember that Nysa is just a teenager and is still in the process of discovering her identity and developing her sense of self. Criticizing her for her inability to walk comfortably in high heels is not only unfair, but it is also downright cruel. We should be creating a safe and positive environment for young individuals to grow and learn, rather than tearing them down.

Unfortunately, this is not the first time that celebrity kids have been subjected to such harsh criticism. In recent years, many young celebrities, including Nysa’s cousin, Navya Naveli Nanda, have been targeted by online trolls, who have made disparaging remarks about their appearance, style, and behavior. This trend is not just limited to India, but is a global phenomenon.

As a society, we need to reflect on why we feel the need to judge and criticize young individuals so harshly. We should be promoting positivity, empathy, and kindness, rather than perpetuating negativity and hate. We should be supporting and encouraging young individuals to be themselves and to pursue their passions, rather than shaming them for not conforming to societal norms.

In conclusion, the online trolling of Nysa Devgn is unacceptable and needs to stop. We should be creating a safe and positive environment for young individuals to learn and grow, free from the toxicity of social media. Let us all take responsibility for our words and actions and work towards a more compassionate and inclusive society.

Ziya Khan


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