Aditi Rao Hydari has spoken candidly about social media trolling. Speaking to the media recently, she said it was ‘a reality you can’t run away from’ and have to be ‘positive no matter what the situation’. Expressing her compassion for trolls, she said, “I feel people who troll others must be going through some kind of problems, or they must be feeling sad about themselves or they must be angry with something. So, they express their anger by commenting on your social media posts.”
She further said, “I feel that the only thing that you can do is to look at them with compassion and with hope that they feel better soon. Sometimes, I even write to them that aI hope you have a better day’. You can only wish them well. There must be some reason behind their anger.”
The Bollywood actress also wished Kamal Haasan on his 65th birthday on Thursday, 7th November. She said, "I wish him many more years. He is to the camera born literally. He is forever inspiring and I wish lots of good health and defining moments in cinema that will continue to inspire us."
Aditi will next be seen in the Hindi adaptation of The Girl on the Train, alongside Parineeti Chopra and Kirti Kulhari. She is portraying the character of Mobi Mehta in the mystery thriller film, directed by Ribhu Dasgupta, which is based on a 2016 Hollywood film of the same name, which was adapted from Paula Hawkins’ 2015 novel of the same name. Talking about the film, which has been produced by Reliance Entertainment, Aditi said, “We have completed the shooting of the film. It was our start to finish schedule. I really had fun while shooting the film.” The film will hit the screens in 2020.