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One of the cutest couples of the glamour world and an inspiration for many young couples out there, Neha Dhupia and Angad Bedi are simply the best. The adorable duo had surprised everyone when they had posted their wedding pictures on their respective social media handles. The duo had kept their relationship a secret, although there were a lot of rumours about the two dating each-other in media. The madly-in-love couple had tied the knot in a secret ceremony in Delhi. (Recommended Read: Ankita Lokhande Shares A Perfect Family Picture With Beau, Vicky Jain, Her Parents And Her Brother)
However, their family of two had completed when a beautiful angel, whom they have lovingly named, Mehr had entered into their life on November 18, 2018. Since then, the doting lovers had turned into doting parents and are teaching the best values to their little munchkin. Now in her latest interview, Neha Dhupia talked about the trolls, who tagets her little daughter and how she fights with them. Scroll down to read it all!
In an interview with Bollywood Bubble, Bollywood actress, Neha Dhupia admitted that trolls do affect her and sometimes it's hard to take deal with these trolls on social media. She said, "I think it's a misconception. Trolls do affect me, and I would be lying if I say it doesn't. When somebody goes around and trolls me, my husband, daughter, parents, my work any of that, it's not easy to take." The actress stated that she says what she thinks without any filters and that's what costs her. She added, "I was trolled senseless, and I put my side of the story, and after that, I may have come across that I'm not affected by it, but of course, I am."
Going further in her interview, Neha Dhupia also talked about the reason why most of the trollers are faceless or have somebody else's picture. She said, "There is a reason why these guys are faceless, and there is a reason why the guys use other people's pictures and hide behind them. There is probably going to be the reason that they will pick this interview up and make memes about me." (Don't Miss: Maanayata Dutt 'Enroutes Life' With Sanjay Dutt, Pens A Note On Facing Fears Amid His Cancer Battle)
However, Neha Dhupia has clearly stated that it becomes hard for her to ignore trollers, when they cross their limits and pass disgusting remarks about her and her daughter. She said, "I don't know where the motivation comes from, and I only feel bad. Sooner or later, they are going to be pulled up. There are people whose accounts have been taken down, and there are people who have been publicly humiliated. Because these people have done and said disgusting things to other women and it's not ok. I choose not to read the comments, but I know they are there lurking on my wall."
In an interview with ETimes TV, Neha Dhupia had revealed how she had managed work from home during the lockdown and how her husband, Angad Bedi has proved that he's a super-supportive partner. Neha had stated, "There is no taking away from the fact that when a mother is working from home, her head is always there in her child. So, recently in the middle of the live auditions, I heard my daughter cry so I had to run away and go inside and see what happened and it was nothing, it was just a call to go to the washroom. I know the live auditions are going to keep me busy from like 4 PM to 7 PM on alternate days, so I tell my husband that he has to be on Mehr's duty when I am away for virtual auditions. He understands it, and we are big on co-parenting, and that's very important to us." (Also Read: Shikha Singh's Little Baby Girl, Alayna Turns Three-Months-Old, Mommy Says She's Got Dad's Smirk)
Do you agree with Neha Dhupia's take on online trolling?
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