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Richa Chadha stands up for co-star Sharmin Segal in Heeramandi despite harsh criticism over her performance.

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Richa Chadha stands up for co-star Sharmin Segal in Heeramandi despite harsh criticism over her performance.

Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s niece, actor Sharmin Segal, has been the target of criticism for her performance in the web series since the premiere of Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar. Richa Chadha, her co-star, has now defended her and responded to the insults directed at her on Instagram Stories. It’s acceptable to not like a performance, according to Richa, but excessive trolling with “out of context interview clips” is not necessary.

Richa’s remarks regarding Sharmin
“For the past month, whenever I have been able to keep track and vigilant enough, I have been deleting negative comments about my co-star that have been appearing in my comments,” Richa wrote on her Instagram Stories on Wednesday. Men? Provide helpful feedback, but this level of irrational hatred?

She went on to write, “Theek hai, it’s one thing to criticise someone’s performance! Aapka haq hai, mat karo pasand. Par aise chatkare le ke troll to mat karo (It’s acceptable to not like it; that’s your choice), but could you kindly try not to add too much trolling? Would you please? Interview footage taken out of context (and from a legitimate roast, too, you guys are utilising). Why not?

An individual’s mental health may be impacted.
Finally, Richa urged everyone to be kind and not treating Sharmin like clickbait. “I get that it can be alluring to follow a trend, but to turn another person into clickbait? I believe that each of us is capable of doing and being better than that. Show kindness. Please. (emojis with a crimson heart and folded hands) An individual’s mental health may be impacted. A significant election just happened, there’s a heat wave on, there’s so much going on in the world! Please move on?” she said.

“Theek hai, it’s one thing to criticise someone’s performance!” she continued to write. “Mat karo pasand, aapka haq hai.” Although you are free to not like it, please try not to contribute too much trolling. Par aise chatkare le ke troll to mat karo. Would you kindly? Out-of-context interview footage that you guys are using (and from a real roast, too). Why not?

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A person’s psychological well-being could be affected.
Lastly, Richa pleaded with everyone to stop treating Sharmin like clickbait and to be nice. “I get that following a trend might be seductive, but to use someone else as clickbait? I think we’re all capable of being and doing better than that. Be kind to others. Please. (emojis with a crimson heart and folded hands) An individual’s mental health may be impacted. A significant election just happened, there’s a heat wave on, there’s so much going on in the world! Please move on?” she said.

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Dolly Singh on her “love-hate” relation with her physical appearance

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Dolly Singh on her “love-hate” relation with her physical appearance

Actress and content producer Dolly Singh recently talked about her weight swings and image worries in an Instagram post. She has since acknowledged that she is still working on accepting her body as it is and that there are still days when she stays away from others in order to avoid hearing criticism of her fluctuations in weight.

Dolly revealed in an Instagram post how people make fun of her weight. Her house is not one of the few individuals or places, she claimed, where she feels safe enough to be herself.

Relationship between hate and love
“Like everybody else, I’ve had a journey with my body of accepting it, not accepting it, Hating it and loving it and all of that,” she says when explaining why she decided to share the picture. I believe that I was just thinking about something when I decided to post about it at this particular moment. I recently lost a lot of weight, which is very normal for me because I usually gain less weight than I lose. Of course, this also brings scrutiny because my weight fluctuates like everyone else’s, and I suddenly realised that I was avoiding some people because I felt that my new weight or appearance will not invite great things from them or they will not be welcoming it maybe, wonder how safe space in the scenario is so important, it’s only a few people in your life that really let you be and enjoy and don’t make everything about how you look and your weight and everything else so I felt sad”. 

I felt certain that many others would be in a similar situation, therefore it was also something I wanted to discuss. “I decided to share it through my Instagram post,” the actor continued. Thank You For Coming is his most recent Bollywood blockbuster.

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Continuous journey
Dolly, who rose to stardom on social media, acknowledges that she is still working on coming to terms with her physical appearance.

It has been a long journey, similar to every woman’s, she recalls. “It took me many years to really come to terms with the way I am, accept it if not love it,” she says. “Obviously, as a kid, you don’t really know, and then suddenly you’re very aware of how you look and how people perceive you and that you don’t meet the beauty standards.”

If I’m being absolutely honest, I believe that my true sense of contentment with my identity and appearance didn’t exist until I was around 25 or 26. Although the majority of days are wonderful, there are still bad ones. I think social media has definitely helped me a lot, she adds. “And honestly, I actually owe it to people on the Internet who follow me and say nice things because it has given me such a confidence boost and people who constantly put out such body positive content,” she says.

Not a simple procedure
In this passage, Dolly acknowledges that her journey towards self-acceptance has not been easy.

When asked about her greatest struggle, she responds, “I think the hardest part is to keep doing it and keep reminding yourself that what you have is great and of course you can be fitter and whatever your goal maybe, but that doesn’t mean that what you have right now, the body that is providing for you, is doing any less, or you should be hating it.” She also says that she has had to constantly pick herself up from pieces because it’s not like once you start loving yourself there are no bad days.

“Even though others may say otherwise, I think it’s difficult to constantly remind yourself that that’s not how it is,” she adds. “Because sometimes I try to look at my body as a friend and that’s when I start feeling bad for how I treat it sometimes or how I say mean things to it sometimes.”

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When you ask her if she feels totally at ease with your body right now, Dolly says, “It’s a journey..And while it might be a rollercoaster, I believe that as we get older and wiser, navigating the changing ways our bodies and skin look has become simpler, but the journey never ends.

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