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Kriti Sanon speaks her heart out on trolling, media insensitivity and the blame game she witnessed post the demise of Sushant Singh Rajput. Kriti Sanon vents her anger on social media trolls after Sushant Singh Rajput’s death – Bollywood News in Hindi

By Bollywood Hungama News Network, Jun 17, 2020 – 18:45 hrs IST

Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has left his co-star Kriti Sanon quite upset. Remembering Sushant yesterday, Kriti Sanon wrote an emotional post on social media in which she expressed the pain of losing her best friend. And now Kriti Sanon has expressed her anger on social media trolls.

Kriti Sanon expresses her anger

After the death of Sushant, Kriti, who is constantly being trolled on social media, expressed her anger by writing a long post on Instagram for these people. Kriti wrote, “It’s weird when you’re gone trolling and gossiping suddenly becomes the best in the world. Social media is a fake and most toxic place… and if you haven’t written RIP or posted something publicly, you’ll be deemed not to be hurt when it’s actually the same people who are grieving the most. It seems that social media has become the ‘real’ world and the real world has become ‘fake’.”

Taught media a lesson in sensitivity

Kriti also expressed her displeasure over the media, writing, “Some media people have forgotten their purpose and sensitivity. At such times they are asking you to give a statement to come live. mean really??? Knocking his hand on the window of the car, he is saying – Madam, don’t lower the mirror so that they can take a clear picture of the person going to someone’s funeral. Funerals are a very personal matter. Please put humanity above your profession. I request the media that either they should not come to such a place or at least keep some decorum and distance. Don’t forget, behind glamour, we are normal people who have the same feelings as you.”

After this, Kriti wrote, “There should be some rules for journalism. One must tell what is acceptable and what is not. What comes under the purview of journalism and what comes under the purview of ‘it shouldn’t matter to you’ and ‘live and let live’. Anything written without any basis should be illegal and should be treated as mental harassment. That’s why either there is some evidence and or there is enough courage that someone can write something about someone else, otherwise don’t write at all. You don’t know how bad what you call journalism can have on someone’s mind, family and life. Small victories mostly don’t go well.”

Angry at trollers

Expressing displeasure at the trollers, Kriti wrote, “The blame game never ends. Stop writing bad things about anyone. gossip about someone. Thinking that you know everything about someone or your idea is true, stop thinking that…every man is fighting a battle and you know nothing about him. So if anything negative, trolling or criticism comes out of your mouth, then it shows who you are and not what you are talking about.. Mostly they are ignored or it doesn’t matter but somewhere Somewhere it affects our subconscious mind more than any other.

Kriti wrote in the end, “We should stop saying such lines like – boys don’t cry, don’t cry like this, stop crying and be strong. Crying is not a sign of weakness. Therefore, when needed, one should cry openly and shout. Talk about how you’re feeling, if you’re not feeling well, that’s okay, but talk to someone who might understand you. Take time to normalize yourself. Take your family and people who care about you… never let them go… they are the strength and will stand by you no matter what… so keep them around you. No one is strong enough to fight life alone.

Read also: Kriti Sanon narrates the pain of losing Sushant Singh Rajput, says, ‘A part of my heart is gone with you’

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