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Tejasswi Prakash remembers being body-shamed; ‘If people don’t like it, I can’t help it’

Tejasswi Prakash’s professional trajectory is improving. After winning Bigg Boss 15, the actress was cast in Ekta Kapoor’s Naagin 6, which she has been entertaining her fans with since the first episode aired. Tejasswi, on the other hand, recently acknowledged the difficulties she has endured in her life in a recent interview. Tejasswi Prakash recalls being made fun of for being too thin.

In an interview with ETimes, the actress noted that body-shaming affects people of all sizes, not only those who are overweight. She admitted that she used to get a lot of negative feedback due to her weight. Tejasswi Prakash also expressed her opinion on having external surgeries or adjustments to seem ideal, claiming that it is a more convenient option. The actress went on to say that she is very confident in who she is and that she is unaffected by attempts to body shame her. She even exhorted and encouraged other ladies to love themselves and to be self-assured.

“I’ve always been a woman who has been extremely proud of how my body is or the way I was made by god. That’s how he wanted me to be. If people don’t like it I can’t help it, it is not in my hands to go and correct these things. Because it is very important for women to love themselves. If you don’t love yourself and the way your body is and you keep doing things to yourself, then how do you expect anybody else to love you. So I am of the opinion that I extremely love myself. I am very confident that this is the way I am. If someone tries to shame me, my body is not going to affect me. Because I know who and what I am. It doesn’t affect me and I don’t think it will ever,”Tejasswi Prakash added.

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