Trolls are having the time of their lives as they keep stumbling upon various things that catch their attention. After Salman’s e-bicycle speech on road safety, the most recent target seems to be B-town ladies, Deepika Padukone and Fatima Sana Sheikh.
Queen Dee, known for her 'don’t give a damn' attitude, was recently part of a sexy photoshoot for an International men’s magazine, Maxim, and boy did she look hot! The picture featured her in a white two piece suit that she pulled off with utmost elegance. The diva took to her Instagram page to post two pictures from the shoot..
Deepika received a lot of flak online for her dressing and moreover, was body-shamed mercilessly. A second after the picture was uploaded, comments started flowing in about her being indecent and disrespectful. Take a look at what some poeple had to say:
Trolls aside, some people also really seemed to appreciate Deepika’s boldness and shamed the haters!
The stylist of the shoot, Shaleena Nathani said to Spotboye, “We wanted to present her in a very different light while keeping all the aesthetics in place, of course. And Deepika obviously likes to experiment…so she came on board as quickly as we had discussed the look with her. As usual, she was chilled out about it. I think that the photographer, the make-up and Deepika’s own strong personality made all the difference. You can show a lot of skin and it can go either way but it was Deepika’s persona that added up to the cover output.” We seem to absolutely agree! Adding to their cute Insta PDA, rumoured boyfriend, Ranveer Singh liked the picture that! Aww!
Another B-town girl who invited a storm of Instagram trolls, was Dangal’s Fatima Sana Sheikh. The actress was pulled out on how her revealing swimsuit was inappropriate to post during the Holy month of Ramadan. Taka look at the picture that attracted all the negitivity!
Celebrities being trolled has become quite a thing these days. Whether it’s their fashion choices or certain comments at events, everything they do seems to attract negative attention. Do you think social media users are taking it too far? Or is it justified?