After the blistering online trolls called ‘Kali’ or ‘ugly’, daughter of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, Suhana has shared a new picture on her social media.
The popular star-kid, who is also a youth-sensation and has more than a million followers on Instagram, has taken the internet by storm while teasing her natural skin in her latest photo.
#Endcolourism! Shah Rukh Khan’s daughter Suhana Khan’s trolls called her ‘black’ and ‘ugly’!
Now in the viral picture, Suhana is posing in a black outfit, in which she is wearing high-necked denim shorts. She is seen carrying her dirty hair on her shoulders with grace, wearing a pleasant smile. She is also seen wearing Danny Necklace with Glam. See the post below:
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On a related note, a few days ago, the young diva expressed her hatred at the age of 20 after receiving lewd comments from social media users. He had also posted his screenshots along with the post which said:
“Here are some comments made about my presence. I have been told that I am ugly because of my skin tone, by fully developed men and women, when I was 12 years old. Apart from the fact that these are real adults, which is sad that we are all Indians, that automatically turns us brown – yes we come in different colors, but no matter if you are from melanin How much you try to distance yourself, you just can’t. Hating your people means you are very insecure. “
He also said, Suhana said, “I am sorry if social media, Indian matchmaking or even your own families have convinced you, that if you are not 5” 7 and you are fair then you are beautiful Are not. I hope this helps to know. That I’m 5 “3 and brown and I’m very happy about it and you should be too. #Endcolourism.”
Suhana is yet to make her Bollywood debut, however, the young sensation enjoys a fan following on social media. She is pursuing her studies at a film school at New York University, and is currently living with her parents in Mumbai due to a coronovirus epidemic.
Last year, she made her acting debut in a short film called ‘The Gray Part of Blue’.