User asks Shruti Haasan if she has a habit of smoking, her reply is lit

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 Venkata Subba 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.

Read what Shruti Haasan responded when a Guy asked ‘You smoke pot right?’

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.

Check Shruti Haasan’s Reply To Fan Asking If She Smokes Pot

One of her followers crossed limits and asked a bold question to actress Shruti Haasan as he asked her if she smokes.

“U smoke pot rightttt?” In reply, Shruti shared a selfie of her face with a tattoo filter and responded, “Nope. I do not drink either. I live a sober life & I am so thankful for it.”

Check Shruti Haasan's Reply To Fan Asking If She Smokes Pot

“Smoking pot” typically refers to the act of smoking marijuana, also known as weed or cannabis. Marijuana is a psychoactive drug that is commonly used for recreational and medicinal purposes.

When people say they are “smoking pot,” they are usually referring to inhaling the smoke produced by burning the dried flowers of the Cannabis plant. The psychoactive compound in marijuana responsible for its effects is delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol.

For the unversed, the Indian government is very strict with the Cannabis policy. As per Section 20 of the NDPS Act, holding a small quantity of weed can land you in jail for imprisonment of up to 6 months or a fine of Rs. 10,000 or both.