Hater tried to Troll Anushka Sharma over Casting Couch! She gave an EPIC reply!

Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma is one of the successful actresses in the Hindi film industry. She is the wife of former Indian captain Virat Kohli. The most beloved of all celebrity couples, Anushka and Virat finally tied the knot in Italy, after years of dating.

When the couple initially started dating they were surrounded by a lot of controversies. But they persevered and as a result, they now share a beautiful baby girl, Vamika.  

Anushka Sharma is the daughter of army officer Colonel Ajay Kumar Sharma and his wife Ashima Sharma. She was born in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh. This beautiful actress turned producer rose to fame with her first debut big at the box office quite quickly.

Hater tried to Troll Anushka Sharma over Casting Couch! She gave an EPIC reply!

She is not only an actor today, but she has also produced films such as “Patal Lok” and ” Bulbbul,” which had a huge impact on the audience.

Hater tried to Troll Anushka Sharma over Casting Couch

Four years ago, there was a massive outrage in the wake of mass molestation in Bengaluru. It was when Anushka Sharma addressed this concern of people staying silent and tweeted a very powerful note.

She wrote, “Women get molested in a crowd. Bystanders watch, no one steps up to help. Senseless people comment on women’s clothes and say that the cause is late nights. These ‘known’ senseless people are asked to comment in the first place (why?) making absolutely no positive differences to the situation.

“Even then their comments are rendered relevant because they hold positions of power in the society. In all of this I wonder – why did the bystanders do nothing? Whoever stood and watched, is as much at fault as the perpetrators. Because the collective conscience of the people present could’ve stopped this from happening.

“So it’s not just those men but also us, as a society, that failed on the night. Because today we live in an environment where a huge crowd thinks it’s ok to just stand and watch. TEACH your kids to respect women instead of making sons feel more entitled and important. The world will make them feel that anyway. So save your sons from turning into such beasts. And spare us the grief.”

As soon as she posted this tweet, a troller was ready to target Anushka. One of the trolls wrote, “easy to bash unknown people. If you have guts speak about the casting couch issue in Bollywood.”