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Priyanka Chopra Bashes the Trend of Trolling on Social Media

Priyanka Chopra Bashes the Trend of Trolling on Social Media

Priyanka Chopra seems to have had enough of the ongoing trend of social media trials and trolls and finally speaks up about it.




Priyanka Chopra is rightfully known as the modern day diva that started local and went global. Not just because of a drop dead gorgeous face and a sizzling hot bod, but also because of the versatility she brings to the big screen through her acting skills. Though her first ever Hollywood venture “Baywatch” couldn’t do well at the box-office, still this woman deserves every bit of our applaud.




One of the true representatives of the new generation with a progressive independent personality and liberal school of thoughts. She is the one glam girl who has broken more stereotypes than most ever since her first ever role in the movie Aitraaz, that fell victim to criticism as it was a quite a bold female character, the likes of which Bollywood had never seen before.


While there is a huge fan base that admires her bold and beautiful personality, there are some who hate her guts and bad famed the actress numerous times on social media using many trials and trolls.




Her selfie regimen went south and she faced backlash on social media upon taking pictures at the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin.




Her most recent action that went viral and got trolled at social media troll was when she went to attend a meeting with Indian PM Modi in Berlin, wearing a hot short dress.


Seems like PeeCee has had enough of the fad trend of trolling going on these days and spoke up about it to a leading US based fashion mag. When asked that how important is it for her to have a voice and speak up about the things close to her heart, she said:


“I feel like we live in a world right now where everything gets magnified so much and most of us are afraid to have an opinion because everything gets magnified and everyone has an opinion on the internet. Since when did trolling become international news first of all? It’s TROLLING FOR A REASON.”


“I don’t care, I get so much love and affection from people on my social – I focus on that. And second, of all, that’s how you should treat life. I was raised by my parents to have an opinion, I was raised to be fearless, I was raised to not be a girl who was meant to always be quiet and demure. I was told to be the best that I can be and I wish that for every girl-child on the planet,” she added.


She sure has a strong point. People have got to find themselves a better and productive hobby other than trolling or mocking others on social media for stupid reasons.

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