Avneet Kaur has made it massive at a really younger age. She started her profession within the showbiz as a contestant in Dance India Dance L’il Masters. She could not have emerged victorious there however life modified 360 levels for her. Today, she’s one of many highest-paid teenage celebrities within the nation. But one factor that continues to be fixed in each superstar’s life is trolls and backlash.
Irrespective of age or gender, celebrities are trolled for his or her smallest errors. Other instances, for his or her appears or sudden actions. Something comparable occurred when Avneet left Aladdin – Naam Toh Suna Hoga. The actress was combating dengue and different well being points.
Just not that, Avneet Kaur even made numerous noise when she recreated Sidharth Shukla and Shehnaaz Gill’s Shona Shona earlier this yr. But how does she take care of all of it simply on the age of 19? A constructive strategy, she claims.
Avneet Kaur had opened up about it to Times Of India and mentioned, “If we don’t talk about social media. In normal life also there are so many things that happen. There are so many things that happen during shooting, on sets. There are times when people don’t appreciate you or don’t want to be your friends. Sometimes you receive so much hate, your friends backstab you, so there are so many things that happen in your life. I think all these things are part of your life and I was always prepared for it. I always feel where there is good, there is bad also. I have been taking all this as a motivation and I just try to keep hateful language and hate comments separate. I just try to not get affected and turn it into positiveness. This is how I deal with trolls and problems in life.”
Avneet Kaur continued, “Luckily, no major trolling has happened with me. Also, I am blessed with amazing fans who have been loving and supporting me with a lot of determination even through tough decisions in my life. But I see there are times when I post a picture on social media. I get a few hateful messages which are really mean. I have always seen my fans taking a stand for me and even before I can say anything they reply on those mean comments. They fight for me, defend me, support and love me. All these things make me feel special and blessed that I have a group of supporters who I call them Avneetians.”
That’s an excessive amount of maturity to anticipate from a 19-year-old, isn’t it? Way to go, Avneet Kaur!