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Social media has made trolling so easy these days. People are vocal about anything and everything. They always had an opinion, and now they have a platform too to vent it out. It has become so easy for people to stay behind their screens and make the worst use of their keyboard. Sure expressing your opinion is important, but brutally messing up on someone’s pictures and video is certainly a crime. The lockdown phase has made people more socially available, thus you will always find someone trying to troll the other person and find faults in them. (Also Read: Mommy-To-Be, Ekta Kaul Recalls Being On A Bike Ride To Ladakh Unaware Of Her Pregnancy)
Recently, Sushmita Sen’s brother, Rajeev Sen and his wife, Charu Asopa Sen, who are spending their quarantine at home, and making the most of it, were trolled mercilessly by netizens for posting ‘too private’ pictures. Mere Angne Mein fame, Charu gave it back to trolls by not giving a damn at all. She believes, it is better to walk away rather than letting the negativity affect you.
In an interaction with The Times of India, Charu Asopa Sen commented on the controversy, and said, “I don’t understand this. Jeeyo aur jeene do yaar. People have become so negative these days. All you can do is walk away and not let their negativity affect you. I also feel that right now, people are stressed because of coronavirus pandemic. And celebrities are easy targets.”
Charu also talked about enjoying the time with husband, Rajeev, and how the two are spending their time at home. She said, “I make food while Rajeev does the cleaning. We make sure to give each other space and take some time out for ourselves. I like reading books and writing poetry while Rajeev listens to music. In fact, I wonder what if I get used to this (lockdown)? What will I do then?” (Recommended Read: Check Out Why Ranveer Singh Complains About Wife, Deepika Padukone On Their Family WhatsApp Group)
For the uninitiated, on April 1, 2020, Rajeev Sen and Charu Asopa Sen had given a glimpse of their ‘wine date’. Looking madly-in-love, Rajeev and Charu had posed for some mushy selfies and had posted them on Instagram. While Rajeev had captioned his post as “In love with quarantined days Ain’t you? #stayhome.” Charu had written, “We are happy being quarantined. #stayhome #staysafe.” But their post didn’t go well with the netizens and their comment section was filled with comments like “Too private” and “Get a room” and even “What if your father in laws see this?” The couple had to turn off their accounts’ comments sections. Check out Rajeev and Charu’s pictures and the screenshots of the comments on their post:
Earlier in an interview with SpotboyE also, Charu had reacted to the trolls and had given a befitting reply. She had said, "This is the time where you can spend quality time with your partner, do household work together, watch movie, have long conversations, do so many things together. What’s wrong in it. Iske baad everybody is going to get busy. Kuch toh log kahenge, logon ka kaam hai kehna. Chodo bekar ki baaton mein, kahin beet na jayen raina.”
On March 27, 2020, Charu Asopa Sen and Rajeev Sen had celebrated their first Gangaur festival post-wedding at home. Charu had captioned the pictures as “My first gangaur celebration after marriage #quarantined #day19 #21dayslockdown #21dayschallenge.” On the other hand, Rajeev had written, “Quarantined together” followed by a heart emoji. Charu had looked like a graceful newly-wedded bride in a traditional red saree, which she had accentuated with heavy jewellery. (You May Also Read: Aanchal Khurana Blasts At Paras Chhabra's Ex-Girlfriend, Akanksha Puri For Not Moving On In Her Life)
Do you also believe in ‘Jiyo aur jeene do’ like Charu Asopa Sen?