Disha Patani Says Trolls Are Meant to be Laughed Off, Not Taken Seriously! Here's Her Advice
Actor Disha Patani, who has churned out back-to-back hits in her short spanning career, recently revealed how she would handle trolls. And everyone should take advice from this budding starlet!
There is no showbiz star today that is not trolled on social media for some reason or another. Last week, it was ‘Dilwale’ star Kriti Sanon. As she ecstatically put up pictures alongside cheetahs in Zambia, Twitter users were quick to kill all her excitement within hours. The starlet was accused of promoting animal abuse. While she immediately deleted the post, there are other actors who would deal with criticism in a better way. One of them includes Disha Patani. The actor, who has churned out back-to-back hits in her short spanning career, recently revealed how she would handle trolls. And everyone should take advice from this budding starlet!
"I laugh over them, I mean they are trolls so they are supposed to be funny right. So it’s good to laugh on yourself also sometimes. It's fine you should not take yourself so seriously also, nobody is perfect. We are making people laugh so it's good,” said Disha, adding she takes all kinds of criticism in her stride. The actor also advised other artists to follow suit and not be affected by people talking. Well, we wish it was that easy for everyone Disha!
Of late, she has become a fitness icon in B-town and serves as an inspiration to many. She recently revealed taking gymnastic classes for her role in ‘Bharat’ and learning from the basics. Disha said she trained for more tha four hours every day! For her upcoming film ‘Malang’ the star is attending martial arts workshops. After the raging success of ‘M.S. Dhoni – The Untold Story’ and ‘Baaghi 2’, both of which earned more than INR100 crore at the box office. ‘Bharat’ is sprinting towards the INR200 crore mark. This 27-year-old star has already become a force to be reckoned with, keeping in mind her acting prowess, action stints, fitness inspo and style statements