The entertainment sector has a distinct attraction that piques the public's interest, and actors- the faces of this industry naturally draw a lot of media and public attention. The media keeps us updated about their lives and lifestyle. Due to this, actors, especially women are constantly trolled for their dressing style, walking sense, and everything that doesn't go down well with netizens.
Nushrratt Bharuccha Trolled Over Outfit
Recently, Nushrratt Bharucha was trolled over wearing a short dress. As per a report, a netizen made shrewd comments asking where is her pants. Similarly, a few days back, actor Avneet Kaur was trolled for wearing a backless dress, and people trolled her for dressing older than her age. Tappsee Pannu was trolled for wearing a deep neck dress with jewellery of Indian gods carved on it. Alia Bhatt was also trolled for wearing a heavy lehenga and was called pretentious. Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was trolled for her Airport look, netizens called it a ‘Disaster’. The most criticised actor is Uorfi Javed, she has been literally slut shamed by netizens.
There are myriads of examples where actors were trolled mercilessly and morally policed several times. Fashion is a form of self-expression. Everyone has the right to express themselves through their choice of clothing. No matter what it is on actors what to wear and how to wear. it is their choice and none of their audience's business. If someone doesn't like something then they can just quit looking at the particular actor.
Besides, viewers should be critical of actors' acting and their lifestyle or the choices they make. Netizens should save themselves from passing judgment over clothing. Actors are human too, trolling hurts everyone, it is not that if they are actors it won't hurt. For a troller, it is just typing a few words in the comment section, but for actors, it is a toll on their mental health as well. Trolling based on their appearance may also lower their self-esteem.
Like all people, female performers should not be defined solely by their beauty or wardrobe choices, but rather by their talent, dedication, and accomplishments, and most importantly should not be judged or slammed for their clothing. At the end of the day, style is a matter of personal preference, and everyone has different tastes.
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