Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Opens Up About Handling Trolls

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan Opens Up About Handling Trolls

Pallavi Manoj

It was only a week ago that Abhishek Bachchan had given a befitting reply to a troll who thought he was an inappropriate fit for Anurag Kashyap‘s next. And this is not the first times he has done that either, Jr. Bachchan is not one to stay quiet and we know it. In a recent interaction with SpotBoye, his beautiful wife, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan was asked what she thought of his way of dealing with trolls.

She said,

Abhishek does what he has to do or what he feels like doing… to each his own. There have been instances where he has been silent for years and made a choice to remain silent and then once in a while he decides to engage and then he does. There is no telling if he will or if he won’t, it is a matter of at that time.

She even opened up about how she brushes away mindless trolls.

Be in tune with who you are because that keeps you positive. Once you start radiating that positivity, there is no stopping you.

In the world of social media where celebrities are clicked everywhere, they go and whatever they do, Ash has been trolled a number of times for how her daughter Aaradhya Bachchan is always by her side.

Here’s what she said,

I react when cameras come too close. If my arm is around Aaradhya, people will say the mother is very clingy. I hear all this when it is already a couple of days later so it is kind of over. I don’t let it define me. I don’t change how I take care of Aaradhya or how I define myself based on all of this. Judge me for it but I will love her, embrace her. She is my daughter.

You tell ’em, girl! I don’t understand how or why people find the most silliest reasons to troll someone on the internet.

But the actress also empathized with photographers saying that she understands that clicking her was part of their job.

If I see photographers are walking backward or tripping and falling on to other passengers, it can get chaotic. I will be protective toAaradhya as a mother and I will be empathetic to others who are being inconvenienced. I will not say I am all for paparazzi culture but I feel bad for the photographers. These are faces you have seen for years and they need the picture, it is their livelihood. I know they will do it.

Spoken like a true star! We love how you’re always unabashedly yourself, Ash!