Sonakshi Sinha proclaims new marketing campaign towards cyberbullying: 'Ab bas, NO extra on-line harassment'

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Days after asserting her departure from Twitter, Bollywood actress Sonakshi Sinha has now launched a marketing campaign to fight cyberbullying and on-line harassment. In a bid to finish on-line bullying and harassment on social media, the Dabangg actress has joined forces with particular IGP of the Maharashtra Police and cyber consultants to demolish cyberbullying.   

Taking to Instagram on Saturday, the daughter of veteran actor Shatrughan Sinha revealed that she has teamed up with Special IGP Pratap Dighavkar to teach the lots about on-line harassment, trolls, and the impression on the psychological well being of victims who’ve witnessed trolling on the web. 

“AB BAS! It’s time to stop the pandemic that’s plaguing our online world- Cyber Bullying and harassment. Full Stop To Cyber Bullying is a campaign by Mission Josh, where I have teamed up with Special IGP Mr Pratap Dighavkar with an aim to create awareness and educate people about online harassment, trolls, impact on mental health of victims who have faced trolling. Ab bas, NO more online harassment!,” Sonakshi captioned her post on Instagram. 

Talking about Sonakshi’s new initiative titled Mission Josh, the Bollywood diva shared a video the place she opened up on how persons are subjected to huge social media trolling by means of pretend accounts and imposters who additionally misuse non-public info of a consumer to trigger hurt. “Many people have fallen victims to such trolls. I’m one of them. But I have decided – Ab bas. Now there will be a full stop to cyber bullying and online trolling,” Sonakshi mentioned. 


Known for her work in Bollywood films like Rowdy Rathore (2012), Son of Sardaar (2012), Dabangg 2 (2012) and Holiday: A Soldier Is Never Off Duty (2014), the actress asserted that her workforce will focus on points relating to cyberbullying, on-line trolling, cyber legal guidelines, and psychological harassment with a panel of consultants.

Earlier In June, the Bollywood actress had deactivated her Twitter account to be able to shield her peace of thoughts.

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