Satyameva Jayate actor Aisha Sharma slams trolls for calling her ‘easily available’

The actor, who looked perfect in her jumpsuit, made her Bollywood debut with the 2018 film Satyameva Jayate, alongside John Abraham. 

author_img N.J. Pinto Published :  21st January 2019 06:45 PM   |   Published :   |  21st January 2019 06:45 PM
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Aisha Sharma

The internet is filled with trolls and Bollywood celebrities are made fun for anything they post online but the most recent seems to have gone a little too far with actor Aisha Sharma. The Satyameva Jayate actress recently posted a picture on her Instagram, but received a lot of backlash for it, however, the actor did not hesitate to educate the trolls who called her ‘loose’ and ‘easily available’. 

Recently, Aisha posted a picture of herself wearing a mauve backless monochrome jumpsuit with a plunging neckline and was shamed for wearing the bold outfit. The actress talking about the comments said it is grossly irresponsible for people to comment about the clothes she wears and it is because of such an attitude that men in India treat commit such heinous crimes and treat women like objects. The actor said that she should wear and be able to wear whatever she wants without people making assumptions about her. She said that if people have a problem with what she wears, however, making accusations about her character is beyond ridiculous. 

Interestingly, the user who called her loose and easily available is a woman, who did not stop at the first comment but went on to add that nothing people say can justify the skin show by the actor. Many even criticised her saying that she has insulted Bollywood by wearing the clothes. The actor, who looked perfect in her jumpsuit, made her Bollywood debut with the 2018 film Satyameva Jayate, alongside John Abraham. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Swipe right for context : To say that what a woman wears is an insight into her looseness and availability is grossly irresponsible of you. No wonder so many men in our country commit such heinous crimes towards women and treat us as objects when people have attitudes such as this. I wear and should be able to wear what I want without people making assumptions about me. You don’t like what I’m wearing or wouldn’t wear it yourself that’s perfectly ok ; however making accusations about my (or anyone’s) character and morales based on the way they dress is beyond ridiculous. A girl can still be ‘available and easy’ wearing a sari. Your comments are clearly a lashing out from some kind of anger you are feeling deep inside. Your comments about my body is a reflection of an insecurity about yours. If I were you, I would do better things with my time

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