Shruti Haasan is one of the popular celebrities in the Indian film industry. She predominantly appears in Tamil and Telugu movies. Notably, she is also a singer and besides that, she holds a degree in Psychology.
She studied at Lady Andal Venkatasubba Rao school in Chennai and later shifted to Mumbai to finish her degree. She also has an avid interest in singing which he has expressed many times before and moved to the US to further learn music at the Musicians Institute in California.
Kamal Haasan’s daughter made her acting debut in the film industry with the Bollywood movie ‘Luck’, in which she starred opposite Imran Khan.
It is cognisance of the fact that social media platforms have helped celebrities gain massive popularity, and that too in a short span of time. On the dark side, there are some people who intentionally stoop to their lowest level to abuse or troll celebrities.
On the other hand, there are others who shamelessly cross their limits to ask irrelevant and inappropriate questions to celebrities. We all know that celebrities love to host a question and answer sessions on social media.
Shruti Haasan gives a befitting reply to a social media user
Kamal Haasan’s daughter Shruti Haasan is someone who loves to interact with her fans and followers on social media. Every now and then, she engaged in an interactive session where she tells her fans to ask interesting questions.
She has always tried her best to answer most of the questions. However, at the same time, she also handled the trolls quite well. One of the users crossed his limits and asked her about the break-ups.
“How many break-ups you have?,” the user asked. To which, the actress replied, “How many girlfriends have you had? I’m guessing zero or maybe half.”
The actress also spoke about her love life during an interaction with Mandira Bedi on her talk show ‘The Love Laugh Live Show.’ When inquired if she wanted to hide her relationship with doodle artist Santanu, she said, “I hid a lot in the past. I have been very particular. I have been like, ‘Oh my God, I am totally single’ for the longest time. Because people were like ‘you have to appear that way, you have to appear desirable, available’.”