Dancer Shakti Mohan Shames Body Shamers Via FB Post

Shakti Mohan Slams Haters Who Called Her ‘Manly’

When Shakti Mohan dances, we can’t take our eyes off her! But when Shakti takes on body shamers, people listen.

For the first time, she tried addressing this negative trend and shared a detailed post dedicated to all haters who judged her appearance all her life.

The 31-year-old Shakti Mohan — a dancer and reality TV judge — voiced her angst against what many of us have faced at some point in our lives but couldn’t protest. She posted a hard-hitting note to encourage victims of body shaming to stop behaving like victims and be themselves.

Read her powerful post:

Shakti Mohan Slams Haters Who Called Her ‘Manly’

Born in Delhi, Shakti came to Mumbai in 2006 with a dream. She got a chance to go to the US for a documentary film produced by the BBC. Surprisingly, for a rising star, Shakti has also been part of A.R. Rehman concerts.

The founder of a dance institute ‘Nritya Mohan’, Shakti has also assisted Vaibhavi in the Dhoom song.

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A contemporary dancer, Shakti’s win in dance reality show Dance India Dance – Season 2 on Zee TV, set her career ball rolling. Besides emerging as the best dancer of television, Shakti later tried her acting skills in the dance-themed series Dil Dosti Dance on Channel [V]. She played the character of ‘Kria’ so beautifully that the show and her role drew praised from all over the country.

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Later, she also took part in Jhalak Dikhla Jaa 7 and most recently was seen as mentor in Dance Plus Season 2 which aired on Star Plus.

Not very common for a television personality to speak up about what’s wrong in society. Shakti’s bold approach would be an inspiration for many, we hope!

Well, haters, it’s never too late to learn!

Also Read: Lisa Haydon Was Body-Shamed For Being Too Skinny

Feature Picture credit- gossipticket.com

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