WEB DESK: Social media platforms have become a major part of our lives. From news to trip and tricks, everything now, is just one click away.
Moreover, with the presence of known people on micro blogging sites, it has become easier to know what is going on in their lives and about other latest happenings. Also, these celebrities often took out some time for their fans and talk to them live.
Additionally, these platforms are extremely beneficial for other purposes such as job hunt, acquiring knowledge about on going affairs, starting off any campaign etc. Plus, its up to a person as well that how he make the most of this facility.
Besides all the positive aspects, there are negative points interlinked with it as well. Talking about negative stuff, social media trolling has become sort of a trend which is not always funny and at times, we observed really harsh and hurtful comments.
Recently, known faces from Bollywood faced it too. It is praise worthy the way they deal with such meaningless trolling without losing their calm.
Be it well known actress like Priyanka or a new face like Dangal girl, Fatima, no one is really safe from being trolled.
The Baywatch star silenced all the critics when she was scold for wearing a skirt with an inappropriate length while meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi by posting yet another photo in skirt with her mother. Whereas, Deepika was seen doing something similar when voices were raised on her for showing to much skin in her latest photo shoot.
Recently, Katrina Kaif enlighten this issue when she was asked about social media trolling. She said, “My take on social media is taking the positivity and avoid the criticism and negativity. That is what you should do, it’s the simplest way (to deal with it). Sometimes you get good feedback and response, you know you have well-wishers and supporters and that’s what you should pay attention to and not the negativity.”
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On this occasion, Ranbir Kapoor was presented too who isn’t really a fan of social media. He added,“My stand is that I’m not on social media. I believe it affects your mind, your purpose.”
Since the trolling on micro blogging sites has become a fashion, we appreciate how stars are dealing with it.
-With inputs from PinkVilla