Sunny Leone: Body shaming is not something that anyone of us would like to be torn apart by

Updated: Sep 13, 2019, 10:10 IST | mid-day online correspondent | Mumbai

Sunny Leone spoke against body shaming on the reality show, Splitsvilla where a fight between the contestants leads to one berating the other.

Sunny Leone shared this photo on her Instagram account.
Sunny Leone shared this photo on her Instagram account.

Everything is fair in love, war and MTV Splitsvilla X2. The confusion, chemistry, bond, and love has started to sparkle in the villa. Rannvijay Singha and Sunny Leone bring a series of fun-filled activity in the bae-watch session with the contestants. A tussle between contestants Soundarya, Bhavya and Aahanna in the villa leads to body shaming.

Moreover, the fight goes on to such an extent that Soundarya and Bhavya throw Aahanna's luggage out of their villas and ask her to get out. What happens next on this catfight? We'll have to find out!

Later in the show, the teary-eyed Aahanna narrates the entire incident to Rannvijay and Sunny, as a response to which they were of the opinion that body shaming has a severe psychological impact on men, women, kids and adults alike, it demeans them, leading to depression. Sunny continues, "Each one of us is so different and that's what makes us beautiful. Body shaming is not something that anyone of us would like to be torn apart by."

Here's a shout-out to the beauty and uniqueness of each individual! Stay tuned to MTV every Friday at 7 pm to witness all the drama and action in Splitsvilla X2.

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