Big Boss 13 Contestant Koena Mitra Falls Prey to Twitter Trolls Following Plastic Surgery Gone Wrong
Koena Mitra hit back at netizens by saying all human beings make mistakes. Her plastic surgery ordeal made headlines as she graced the screen after a long break following Saki Saki!
As one of India’s biggest reality shows Big Boss 13 kicked off over the weekend, a myriad of celebrities made their way into the ever famous controversial house. From ace TV actors like Siddharth Shukla, Rashami Desai, Devoleena Bhattacharjee to Abu Malik, Siddharth Dey and Shehnaaz Gill, renowned personalities entered the house. However, one of the biggest names among them was Koena Mitra. The starlet who was seen in the original version of Saki Saki graced the screen after a long hiatus. But it didn’t take too long for her to fall prey to several social media trolls, bullying and criticism for one particular reason.
Her plastic surgery ordeal made headlines and many came out to question the same. However some passed below the belt remarks that triggered Koena to finally come out with the story and how her cosmetic transformations did not go as initially planned. Here are some of the Twitter trolls:
was watching #BigBoss13 y'day n my mom came in jst aftr #Koenamitra's entry, n she was like "Iske awaz ko kya hua h"? To which I replied "Koena has had sex change operation n nw she's a trans" n also added dat she clapped (like trans) whn sh entered..my mom was totally convinced
was watching #BigBoss13 y'day n my mom came in jst aftr #Koenamitra's entry, n she was like "Iske awaz ko kya hua h"? To which I replied "Koena has had sex change operation n nw she's a trans" n also added dat she clapped (like trans) whn sh entered..my mom was totally convinced— #Sunny Not Leone (@D_Amazing_Sunny) 30 September 2019
Clarifying this, Koena hit back at netizens by saying all human beings make mistakes. “Humans make a lot of mistakes while taking chances and I am human too.” She also opened up about her nose job going horribly wrong and added, "This is the worst-kept story of our industry. Many have done it and many do it, but no one talks about it, as if it's a crime or a sin. It's a part of my story.” Koena added, "Even though it's been eight-nine years since, people don't stop asking me about it. Also, why are only women trapped and attacked when it comes to cosmetic enhancement? You are fine with 50-year-old and 60-year-old men from our industry with no wrinkles and head full of hair looking like they have returned to their 20s!" We feel like Koena handled the situation well!