“Our true nationality is mankind”. No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin, his background or his religion. People learn to hate and if they can learn to hate, they can also be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.
With social media dominating the world, people get to express their own opinions. But at times, netizens come up with comments which are deemed contrary to the spirit of human values.
We have come across people shaming or trolling every second person for their posts on social media. Be it right or wrong reason, some people still find a reason to troll them. From body shaming to talking about their skin colour, it has been a never-ending story.
Several female celebrities have been on the receiving end of body-shaming trolls. Meanwhile, Rubina Dilaik was mercilessly trolled for wearing a bikini. Trolls said “Himachal Ki Beti Besharam Ho Gai”
The actress left everyone’s jaw dropped after sharing her video wearing a bikini. Rubina Dilaik wrote on Instagram, “Monsoons in Mumbai and a lil extra me.”
Reacting to the video, one of the users wrote, “Ashlil….when u don’t have an bikini body why to flaunt….” another wrote, “U don’t have a sexy figure then why,” a third user wrote, “Accha khasa fan flowing hai bacche v bohat pasand karte hai tumko or bohat log pyaar karte hai par tm apni value khud kam kar rhi ho,” a user wrote.
“What d nonsense is dis ??? Bikniii phn kr hi followers bdhyngy inky,” a fifth user wrote, “Himachal ki beti besharam ho gai,” another commented, “Chhoti bahu hamare garke niyam bhul gai tum.”
The actress launched a scathing attack on the haters. She wrote, “There are times when we need to tell people of their boundaries. I don’t react to their emails, and don’t even read comments. But when the haters start involving families, you need to… They will tag my mom, father, husband, sisters, even my far-off cousins that tell Rubina she is not working hard.
“She is looking old, has gained weight. Nobody has given you the right to reach out to them. It doesn’t matter to me, but somewhere my family gets bogged down. Covid took almost everything out of my discipline and the kind of health I had maintained, and the first thing to take the beating is your nails, skin, hair. Even today, I have a tremendous hair fall. But I am recovering. I have not given up. It is a part of life,” she added.