Kareena Kapoor Khan badly trolled and body shamed on her latest look

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Humour does not always bring a smile on your face. Body shaming is one example of such ugly humour that will surely make you feel irritated and depressed. And it is more prevalent in women. Ugly sexist humorous comment! Ufff… when will all this come to end? Sometimes, it gets difficult to understand the mentality of the people behind such baseless trolls. Definitely, trolling is not a crime but if done in a wrong manner it is even worse than that. It can prove to be fatal at times. But still, people don’t find anything wrong with it and continue doing it, despite knowing its consequences. And the best and easy targets are the Bollywood celebrities.

It is not the first time something like this has happened. Parineeti Chopra, Nargis Fakhri, Shruti Hassan, Aishwarya Rai all have been trolled and body shamed by the Twitterati. This time it’s no one else but gorgeous Kareena Kapoor Khan. She was recently spotted doing a ramp walk for her dearest family friend and the famous fashion designer, Manish Malhotra. She shared the stage with the designer and the recent heartthrob of India Kartik Aaryan. As always, she was looking absolutely regal and stunning in the off-white shimmer lehenga.

After her pregnancy, she has been working hard to regain her perfect body shape as she was spotted outside the gym and even many of her exercising videos also went viral on social networking sites. But no matter what you do, or what you want to do; you’ll find zillions of people who will interfere in your matter whether you want it or not especially when it comes to body shaming. If you are slim, you’ll be expected to put on weight and if you are fat you’ll be expected to reduce your body weight.

Twitterati turned trollers called Kareena a ‘skeleton’. They also said that by looking at her picture they feel as if she has ‘malnutrition problem’. They even showed their concern for her and passed comments saying ‘she should take care of her diet as her ribs are visible and that some, body weight is fine.’ Some went a little ahead and said ‘if she is facing any health issue, she should have not worn such a dress.’

Well, in our opinion she reminded us of her olden days, the famous ‘zero figure.’ We all need to understand one thing that no matter how one looks and what they wear it is entirely one’s own discretion and we are just no one to pass any kind of comment on the same. But the best funda is if you like it, appreciate it but if you don’t like it, just ignore it and move on.