Kajol on Nysa being focused by trolls& |  Photo Credit: Instagram
Nysa Devgn, Kajol’s 16-year previous daughter, is among the many many who’s paying the value of being a star-kid. While there are fairly a couple of benefits of being born in a celeb household, the most important disadvantage, nonetheless, is the trolling that takes over and makes it troublesome for a star child to keep in peace. Even earlier than he/she makes his/her debut on-screen, individuals take the freedom to cross judgements on social media by both commenting on the way in which they give the impression of being or what they put on.
Recently, when Kajol was requested to state her response to the fixed trolling round her daughter Nysa, she spoke at size on how deeply she will get affected by the identical however within the meantime, additionally advises her kids to not pay heed to it. Kajol spoke about Nysa getting trolled, in her current interplay with Pinkvilla.
“I think it’s horrible. I think as a parent, if your kid gets even the smallest scratch you get worried because you want to protect your kid from getting hurt. And that is something that you will always feel as a parent. And when something like this happens, like you know she is trolled…Honestly, thank God Nysa was not here when it happened. She was in Singapore so she didn’t even realise what was happening. Touchwood. But I think the end of the day, social media is social media and it is online everywhere, internationally as well.”
“So you have to train them or at least explain to them that this is just one very, very small section of the society so let’s ignore them and let’s not look at that part of it. You have to realise that your opinion of yourself counts more. If I am teaching my son how to respect women then I have to teach my daughter also. But I don’t have to teach her anything, Thank God, touchwood. Hopefully, I have, will teach her, by example that self-respect starts with you”, mentioned the doting mother.
Earlier, Ajay Devgn too had lashed out on the trolls for making his daughter a soft-target. He feels this behaviour and therapy in direction of his children is completely unacceptable.