Kavita Kaushik is an Indian actress who predominantly plies her trade in Hindi television. The 41-year-old Kashipur-born actress made her debut with Ekta Kapoor’s Kutumb. She is well known for her representation of Chandramukhi Chautala in SAB TV’s sitcom F.I.R.
In fact, it was a role which helped her set up her career and opened her a big marker in the Indian television industry. The FIR actress is someone who doesn’t hold back her views and opinions on social media.
Recently, she silenced a Twitter user who asked her a weird question. A Twitter user tweeted out to the actress asking, “A woman can have more than 2 breasts. Don’t you know that?”.
Meanwhile, her tweet caught the attention of Kavita Kaushik as she decided to come up with a befitting reply to the troll. “I’ve just checked everyone I have access to and a few more forcefully in the building who have now refused to meet me! Yahaan to nahi mila, maybe you dear girl, can reveal the lucky ones in your tribe ?”
It all unfolded when the F.I.R. actress Kavita retweeted a quote by Sadhguru in which he said, “When a woman delivers twins, one breast will produce one type of milk and the other will produce other type of milk” to which the actress wrote, “Agar triplets ho gaye toh what is the procedure for getting the third flavour sir ?”
She was earlier in the headlines for defending BFF Kamya Panjabi from a troll on social media who asked Kamya, “You already have 2 children so why you do it ? I mean phir shaadi ? (sic).”
The actress gave a befitting reply as she wrote, “You already have 2 children so why you do it? I mean phir shadi?” Although Kamya is yet to reply to the trolls, her BFF soon sprung into her defence and slammed the troller in the most epic way possible.
She responded by saying, “cos you get married so you have a partner/companion/best friend /soulmate.. for life! There is life beyond producing children, don’t find faults in people who try to build their lives and find happiness, try to be happy for others instead of asking silly questions at such a happy time of theirs (sic).”