Yesterday, women across the globe celebrated World Lipstick day. Well, it's one of those days when ladies are encouraged to wear their favourite shade of lipstick and proudly flaunt it. Something very similar was also the case of Bollywood celebrities, who took to their social media and shared videos of them applying a lipstick. Take, for instance, Ananya Panday. The Student Of The Year 2 actress, however, was trolled for doing so. The netizens were more interested in pointing her struggle and calling her an 'over actor'.
The video sees Ananya Panday looking all pretty in a white crop top and white denim. She was sporting minimal makeup and had kept her tresses open. It began with Ananya saying how applying her favourite lipstick shade instantly brings a smile on her face. Ananya then puts on her fave red lipstick and she was excited throughout. She asked her female followers to do the same by writing, "Hey girls, let's have some fun with makeup cuz it's World Lipstick Day! I challenge you to put on your favorite red lipstick, take a selfie and and post it using #RedAndReadyAgain and tag @lakmeindia. Trust me, a red lipstick is just what you need today. Find your perfect lipstick on www.lakmeindia.com."
A section of trolls, however, roasted the actress by calling her names. A lot of them also brought the term struggle, which is quite synonymous with Ananya these days.
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For the uninitiated, it was after her conversation during the actor's roundtable when Ananya got the tag of a struggler. She had said, "I have always wanted to be an actor. Just because my dad has been an actor, I will never say no to an opportunity to act. My dad has never been in a Dharma film, he never went on Koffee With Karan. So it’s not as easy as people say. Everyone has their own journey and their own struggle.”
image source: instagram/ananyapanday; APH
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