Online networking enables superstars to remain associated with their fans but it has a terrible side as well. At times it becomes dangerous when you are a VIP. Trolling and contemptuous remarks are unavoidable.
However, Salman Khan has a straightforward method for managing trolls - overlook them.
While talking to a foreign news outlet, 53-year-old superstar opened up about social media antagonism and trolling. Khan, who is caught up with advancing his forthcoming film Bharat, said before he used to reply each remark, but with such a significant number of false personalities flooding online networking, he attempts to disregard them now.
"When you realize that somebody who is remarking on your photos has a bogus character, you basically overlook him/her. There is no compelling reason to give them undue significance. In any case, I continue posting for my stalwart fans," he had said.
Khan’s Bharat co-star Katrina Kaif said that there is a great deal of pessimism on Twitter in contrast with Instagram. The 35-year-old on-screen character disclosed that this is the prime reason of her nonappearance from Twitter, adding that that she has no plans of joining it.
"I think there is a great deal of pessimism on Twitter. In any case, I am not on Twitter. I mean I see a great deal. I comprehend a bit when this entire pattern that begins happening...that cynicism must be extremely difficult to manage however I am not on it. I think Instagram is a considerably more neighborly spot. It's a visual media. You post the pics you like, you post the recordings you like," said Katrina.
Khan further added that the fan clubs frequently end up battling but it is imperative for the on-screen characters to keep their tendencies at bay.
Fan clubs battle with one another and we end up getting blamed.