Tuesday January 28, 2020

‘Trolling is a Reality You Can’t Run From’, Says Actress Aditi Rao Hydari

The Bollywood film is scheduled to release in 2020

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The Bollywood actress has come of age, and that has been happening for a while now. Pixabay

Actress Aditi Rao Hydari, who next will be seen onscreen in “The Girl On The Train”, has said that she looks at social media trollers with compassion. She added that trollers must be dealing with problems in lives, which is why they vent their anger on someone else by such an action.

“I feel it (trolling) is a reality you can’t run away from. You have to be positive no matter what the situation is because 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.”, said Aditi, while interacting with media at the Exhibit Tech Awards 2019.

She added: “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.”

Aditi next will be seen onscreen in “The Girl On The Train” along with Parineeti Chopra and Kirti Kulhari.

LFW: Aditi Rao Hydari to bring alive 'The Twilight Zone'. Flickr
LFW: Aditi Rao Hydari to bring alive ‘The Twilight Zone’. Flickr

Talking about the film, she said: “We have completed shooting of the film. It was our start to finish schedule. I really had fun while shooting the film.”

Thursday was Kamal Haasan’s 65th birthday, and Aditi wished the Tamil icon. “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.”

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“The Girl On The Train” is a mystery thriller directed by Ribhu Dasgupta and produced under the banner of Reliance Entertainment.

The film is a remake of the 2016 Hollywood film of the same name, which was adapted from British author Paula Hawkins’ 2015 novel of the same name.

The Bollywood film is scheduled to release in 2020. (IANS)

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Actress Sunny Leone Partners With PETA India For Campaigning Against Use of Animal Skin

Sunny recently took to social media to announce her newest upcoming PETA India campaign Sunny recently took to social media to announce her newest upcoming PETA India campaign

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"Sunny Leone regularly volunteers with PETA India to save animals' lives... And she lives by example. Her dog is adopted from a shelter, and you'll never find an animal on her plate," Sachin Bangera, PETA India's director of celebrity and public relations, said. Wikimedia Commons

Bollywood actress Sunny Leone has joined hands with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals India (PETA) for a new campaign against use of animal skin.

Sunny is set promote vegan fashion, which is free from leather or other animal derived materials.

“It has been wonderful associating with PETA India, working on so many campaigns – from encouraging the adoption and sterilisation of cats and dogs to speaking about the importance of going vegetarian. I look forward to unveiling the next campaign soon, which for now, I’ll say will help animals save their skins,” she said.

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Bollywood actress Sunny Leone has joined hands with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals India (PETA) for a new campaign against use of animal skin. Wikimedia Commons

Sunny recently took to social media to announce her newest upcoming PETA India campaign by sharing a #PostPackupShot by photographer Avinash Gowariker. In the image she is seen wearing a PETA T-shirt.

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“Sunny Leone regularly volunteers with PETA India to save animals’ lives… And she lives by example. Her dog is adopted from a shelter, and you’ll never find an animal on her plate,” Sachin Bangera, PETA India’s director of celebrity and public relations, said. (IANS)