Shama Sikander, who time and again has been on the receiving end of the moral policing happening on social media, clearly gave it back to the trolls like a pro! She wrote, "A woman has B***S...that's what makes her different than men and I'm grateful that I'm a woman and a blessed one indeed. Yes "I HAVE B***S" and nice ones indeed.. they are "juicy" and also are "melons " or whatever else you prefer calling them. I think it's time for all those TROLLS who like to give my body parts names like these to get over it and move on in life. They're mine and I love them... #BodyShaming #NotTolerated #RespectWomen #LoveForBikini
Sonam Kapoor had given a bold statement saying that no actress looks like they do on the screen, thereby busting several beauty and body image myths
Here's what Vidya Balan has to say to body-shamers, "I love to work out but I do not want to spoil my body. I can not change my body type but I can change my thinking about my body. And there are so many days on which I feel amazing at myself"
Sonakshi Sinha says, "It is a matter of shame that some people start to troll everyone by any means nowadays. If tomorrow I become skinny, but what if my body does not perform properly?"
Beyhadh actress Aneri Vajani found herself being trolled yesterday after she posted this picture of her in lingerie. Fearing that she may be too skinny, netizens suggested she eat more. Further, they even poked fun at her name. She pointed out that naysayers slut-shame the fat, and now the thin too. "Get a life, guys," she said.
Bani J has been ridiculed a lot for her tattoos and her body frame. She says, "I never advice people what to eat, why should I listen to them? People say that I look manly, I ask them who are you to judge me? I go to gym, do weights, it's my wish."
Parineeti Chopra who received a lot of flak for her weight and fashion sense says,"These body shamings will be forgotten very soon. If you are not comfortable with your body then do something about it and if you are comfortable then don't take anyone's comments to heart"
Huma Qureshi who was featured on the cover of a magazine said that it's her body and her rules, and she doesn't need perfection
Richa Chadha says that she never lets anyone comment on her body, because it is hers and only she has a right over it
Zareen Khan who has faced a lot of body-shamers on her Instagram says, "My life is my body, and only I am entitled for it. I will do only what my heart says"
Fardeen Khan's image of him gaining weight was cruelly mocked by people and it made its way to jokes and memes. The actor calls these people as 'timid trollers' and says he is happy he is providing people some entertainment for the weekend
In a fitting reply, Raveena Tandon gave it back to Aishwarya Rai Bachchan's trolls. The lady was being shamed for gaining weight post her pregnancy and was made fun of a number of times. While Ash maintained a stoic silence throughout, Raveena Tandon chose to hit back at Ash's trolls saying, "Every woman passes through stage, but that does not mean people should troll them. Our body is going through a beautiful process in which a new life is brought into the world."
Kriti Sanon hit back at actress-anchor Bhairavi Goswami, who had body shamed her recently. After Kriti shared a video that had her dancing on the Hawa Hawa track from Mubarakan last week, Bhairavi tweeted, "She is behaving like a deranged woman. How did she become an actress. No headlight, no bumper. Even college students look better." When Kriti was asked about the incident at an event for her upcoming film, Bareilly Ki Barfi, she sarcastically quipped, "Who is Bhairavi Goswami? I think, I'm happy for her. She got a lot of publicity. Now you guys know her name also, so yeah." Trolls beware, don't mess with Kriti
Esha Gupta keeps posting sultry snapshots on Instagram. She has received a lot of flak, so when asked about it at a recent event, the actor said, "We live in strange times as people are offended over trivial matters. People are getting offended by everything - what you eat, wear, who you are sleeping with. They get offended by these things because they have nothing to do in their life." The actor believes in giving it back to trolls. "I don't think they are even important for me to take any revenge. But then why not just go for it?" If they can, Esha feels she can too
Trust cool-as-cucumber Milind Soman to take on trolls in his own cool way. The model and fitness promoter has been at the centre of a Twitter storm, where he has been trolled for dating a woman 30 years his junior. Keeping us updated of his Norwegian holiday with girlfriend Ankita Konwar, he tweeted a picture with the Scandinavian mythical creature saying, "Ankita and me with a #troll with very very big ears and a very very long nose..." Who's laughing now?"
Recently, Ranveer Singh was ruthlessly trolled on social media when he posted an image of himself on Twitter, with the caption 'Losing My Religion', lyrics of the iconic song by the 80s American rock band, REM. He went ahead and posted lyrics of a song by Eminem, bashing the trolls. There is also a 'finger' emoji at the beginning of the tweet and anyone who can read between the lines will know that Ranveer remains unfazed by the backlash
Nia Sharma was trolled for wearing a blue lipstick, but she hit back at her trolls by putting up a post saying, "Just the way you won't like it."
Social media is a boon and a bane. Sometimes, it is used as a tool to direct hateful messages towards celebs and our stars have now learned to give it back to trolls, the most recent celeb being Samantha Ruth Prabhu (All pics/Instagram)