[EXCLUSIVE] Sona Mohapatra on being trolled for carrying swimming costume: Not right here to fulfill expectations

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Sona Mohapatra on being trolled for carrying swimming costume&  | &nbspPhoto Credit:&nbspTwitter

Key Highlights

  • Sona Mohapatra, spoke completely to Zoom Digital about social media trolling
  • She additionally shared concerning the change that should come about the best way girls are handled throughout
  • Her documentary ‘Shut Up Sona’ was recipient of many prestigious awards

In today’s time, it can be crucial that you just voice your opinion on no matter you are feeling is true, or not proper. And when you’ve got an iota of doubt about learn how to do it excellent, take a cue from the unapologetic  Sona Mohapatra. The singing sensation has not solely enthralled her viewers together with her voice and power but in addition together with her ‘in-the-face’ angle.

We received speaking to the Ambarsariya singer about an incident that occurred round New Years’ Eve when she was trolled for carrying a black monokini on a seashore. While she regarded completely gorgeous, she gave it again to the trolls and the way. In an unique interplay with Zoom Digital, she said:

“I am not embarrassed of anything. At the beginning of this year, I was trending on Google for wearing a swimming costume on a beach. What else was I supposed to wear, a saree? Instead, I chose to put out more pictures with all the cellulite and no flattening of the belly or sucking in of stomach. All kinds of women need to be celebrated  and all kinds of bodies are beautiful.”

She additional added:

“If you don’t like it, don’t watch it. Go elsewhere. People said, ‘you seem to be an intelligent person or a certain type of person we thought was serious and we didn’t expect you to wear such clothes. I said I am not here to satisfy your expectations of me.”

Check out the pictures due to which the feeling was trolled:

Women are sometimes trolled for not adhering to a specific magnificence commonplace bestowed by society and the folks. We requested Sona about her ideas on the issues that want to alter. She shared:

“Women around the world are going through this. Choice is something which is very difficult to understand. The fact that we tend to objectify women at every stage makes us feel we have a right to decide what shape she should be in, what size she should be in, what she should wear. And blame her for the most disconnected.. we blame her clothes for rape. Rape had nothing to do with the clothes of the women.”

The Bedardi Raja singer shared:

“The fact that a lot of women are under pressure to always look a certain way, is also like a trap. The choice of putting makeup should be mine. I don’t wear it to look a certain way. I do it to express myself in a certain way. I feel equally comfortable going completely without makeup. I don’t need to look perfect and I don’t need to be a certain size.”

Concluding with:

“I feel women need to make their own choices and need to be allowed to be making their own choices. All these standards of beauty and body shapes need to be thrown out of the window.”

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