Ananya Panday enters 2021 on a body positive note, shuts down body shamers with this message

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As the pandemic yr wraps up, individuals are trying ahead to enter the New Year with hope and Khaali Peeli star Ananya Panday couldn’t be left behind from sharing her positive vitality. The diva just lately dolled up for a journal shoot and was seen elevating the bar of vogue targets in a scorching mess.

Determined to take down trolls, take pleasure in self love, be taught and develop from her previous and be form particularly to these susceptible, the Bollywood actor seemed able to enter 2021 on a positive observe. In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar India, Ananya shared how body shaming “appals” her and is the “worst thing a human can do to another”.

She stated, “Body shaming is unacceptable, especially when it happens to young people, because they end up valuing their own worth based on someone else’s harsh words. It appals me that we would willingly make a person feel bad about their body shape or size.”

 

Ananya asserted, “We are meant to look different; we are meant to come in different shapes and sizes and colours…that’s what makes us beautiful! The worst thing a human can do to another is take away their confidence and self-worth.”

The Student of The Year 2 star additionally expressed the necessity to help younger, impressionable minds who’re affected by the pitfalls of social media like trolling and cyber-bullying. “I get angry sometimes, I get sad a lot…and there are also days when I just laugh it off. But I know this: I don’t want anyone else to feel this way. It can really, really hurt,” she stated.

 

However, Ananya was satisfied to not let social media take solely over the validation that many rely on. She added, “Young people sometimes make social media their entire world, but it’s important to remember that there is another world out there where people love you and care about you.”

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