[EXCLUSIVE] Smriti Khanna on how she handled trolls who stated, 'Tere bacche ko corona ho jaye'

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[EXCL.] Smriti Khanna on how she handled nasty trolls&  | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspInstagram

Key Highlights

  • Smriti Khanna and Gautam Gupta grew to become mother and father to a child lady on April 15
  • The beginner mommy shared how she offers with social media trolling
  • She additionally talked about celeb mommies who’re trolled for weight achieve post being pregnant

Pregnancy might be one of the vital blissful experiences for soon-to-be or beginner mommies, however one can not rule out the innumerous bodily adjustments a lady goes by means of. More typically than not, celeb mommies typically take to Instagram to flaunt their transformation earlier than, throughout, and after their being pregnant which makes us need to applaud them for the efforts. But they typically turn out to be topic to large social media trolling attributable to their weight achieve and different being pregnant components. However, one of the vital well-liked faces on the planet of tv and beginner mommy, Smriti Khanna has the right response to the meanest of trolls.

In an unique interplay with Zoom Digital, Smriti opened up on the meanest trolls she has heard, how she offers with them and her views on different celeb mommies getting trolled. Speaking about horribles trolls and the way she reacts to it, Smriti shared:

“Somebody stated ‘tere bacche ko corona ho jaye’ and all that. I’m all the time like who’re these individuals. I do know they’re pissed off individuals, they don’t even know you and why are they telling you that however then additionally, you’ll be able to’t assist however really feel dangerous about it. Sometimes I give it again however then I remorse that why to waste a lot time on this.”

She additional added:

“I think trolls people should anyway ignore. When I did not have a bump which was not big enough, that also people had a problem with. Once I put a photo of me having Maggie, that also I was trolled for and people said, ‘You can’t have Maggie, you don’t care about your kid’ and all that. Once I put nail polish and they said, ‘You can’t put nail polish in pregnancy, you can’t colour your hair.’ There are solutions for everything. Even I do my research and I know what is good and what is not.”

The now already a pro-mommy shared that regardless of making an attempt to not get affected, she typically does and there are occasions she laughs it off:

“Sometimes it affects me, sometimes I laugh also because you get really funny comments. I know my weight is in a very healthy range and I gained a total of 14 kg in my pregnancy. So my doctor said it has to be between 12-14 kg, so 14 kg was anyway the highest limit. My doctors know much better than probably what these trolls are telling me. So that makes me laugh at times. But there are times the comments are really mean so you can’t help but feel bad about them.”

About different celeb mommies getting trolled referring to her personal self, Smriti shared:

“To each their own, if they have enjoyed their pregnancy if they have wanted to eat, it is fine. If somebody asks me, this is what I did, I am not advising anybody to do anything, if anybody asks me how my journey was that’s when I tell. I am not telling anyone to be a certain way.”

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She concluded by saying:

“Pregnancy for everybody is different anyway. I gained less weight but hormones also have a huge role to play in this. So somebody might just gain a lot of weight. People ask me a lot of questions like how you didn’t get stretch marks and all. So I have heard those are genetic. I had gained weight but that was totally in the healthy range. If you are concerned about my weight, then I can tell you what I did but if you are not then everybody has the right to be however they want to be.”

And we will’t agree extra, Smriti!

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