By Akanksha Gupta Last Updated:
Despite living in the 21st century, we still haven’t gotten rid of the vice that takes us down i.e., being judgmental. With the advent of digitalisation and the macro-level reach of social media nowadays, the world seems like a smaller place to live in. And with social media comes in the brutal trolling, against which a variety of celebs are now standing up and addressing it seriously. With many celebrities getting trolled frequently, Nysa Devgan yet again becomes a target of the ruthless trolling. (Also Read: Shah Rukh Khan's Sweet Note For An Acid Attack Survivor For Her Wedding Proves He's A Hero By Heart)
Nysa Devgan, daughter of Kajol and Ajay Devgn completed her schooling from Dhirubhai Ambani International School in Mumbai, post which she got enrolled in the United College of Southeast Asia in Singapore in early 2018, away from the media scrutiny. But when Nysa visits Mumbai, trollers don’t leave a chance to target her with ruthless comments. In January 2019, Nysa was widely trolled on social media when she was spotted going to the airport wearing a super-cool blue hoodie dress and comfy black slippers. Instead of focusing on the beauty of the dress, netizens had busted this beauty.
On November 21, 2019, Ajay Devgn and his daughter, Nysa Devgan visited a temple to seek blessings from God. The shutterbugs captured the father-daughter duo exiting from the temple, making their way to their car. While Ajay sported a red polo t-shirt, Nysa opted for a yellow-coloured crop top with navy blue coloured track pants. Nysa’s look didn’t go well with the netizens and they bashed her for wearing a crop top to the temple. On the other hand, some netizens stood up for Nysa and lashed the trollers.
It was on May 27, 2019, when Ajay Devgn’s father, Veeru Devgn had passed away and the Devgns had a really hard time coping up with the loss. Shutterbugs had also captured an inconsolable Kajol crying out on Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s shoulders. But what didn’t go down well with the netizens was Nysa Devgn walking out of a plush salon, all smiling, a day after her grandfather’s demise. Some trolls had also blamed shutterbugs for purposely putting Nysa’s pictures and giving an invitation to trolls.
Then on Diwali 2019, Nysa Devgn was certainly the show-stealer at the Diwali parties held this year and her amazing transformation and viewing the star daughter in a whole new, different avatar silently gave it back to all haters. While for one of the parties, Nysa’s white lehenga with makeup on surely must have stolen the starry guest’s thunder, the star kid’s another makeup look wearing a peach lehenga at another Diwali party had surely made all the heads turn. Needless to say, Nysa was one of the prettiest and best-dressed star kids this Diwali! (Also Read: Neha Dhupia Finally Reacts On Being Trolled For Postpartum Weight Gain And Not Getting Work)
But while some netizens had loved the amazing transformation of Kajol and Ajay Devgn’s 16-year-old daughter, some had trolled her for putting makeup. Nysa had elegantly accentuated her Diwali look with perfectly lined eyes, glossy lips and highlighted cheeks. But the trollers bashed her with the nasty comments like, "Looks like plastic. Ban her when we are banning plastic", "Ye bollywood k bachhe achank gore kaise hote jate hai", "Like ma, like daughter... Whatever, a bollywood nepo product on its way."
Expressing his views on social media trolls, Ajay Devgn said that his daughter, Nysa Devgan doesn’t care about such negative comments. In an interview with the Deccan Chronicle, Ajay had stated, "Jo bhi yeh karte hain, unka mindset bakwaas hota hai (The mindset of people who do these things is rubbish). So we too, don't bother about all that, nor do we pay any heed to such nonsensical comments made through fake identities."
Addressing the same in an earlier interview with the IANS, Ajay Devgn shared his angst as his kids have to go through such harsh trolling. Ajay had said, "Judge me but don't judge my kids. Kajol and I are the actors, judge us...it's because of us, our children are under the spotlight every time. Being judgmental about someone is not a good thing. If I start passing judgement on someone, that person would obviously feel bad...so do my children. Honestly speaking, those people don't really matter. But I feel bad sometimes when my kids go through such harsh trolling." (Also Read: Kamya Panjabi Brutally Trolled On Social Media, Beau Shalabh Dang Lashes Out At The Troller)
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