Kareena Kapoor Age Shamed After She Shares Her No Make-Up Selfie; Netizens Troll The Actress, ‘Iske Face Ko Kya Hogya Hai Ajeeb Sa Lag Rha’
Kareena Kapoor Khan gets age-shamed after she shares her no-makeup selfie!
Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor Khan has time and again proved that age is just a number for her. She is aging like a fine wine and can make any man go weak in the knees with her utter beauty. Bebo often flaunts her natural beauty and shares her sans-makeup selfies on social media. Keeping up with this trajectory, Kareena, on Monday, dropped her beautiful no-make-up picture, and it left fans in awe of the actress.
However, some netizens started trolling Kareena and a few others even age-shamed her. And we just don’t understand why! The Udta Punjab actress took to her Instagram handle to share her flawless picture where she is seen relaxing on a chair as she poses for the camera. Alongside it, she wrote, “Hello Monday... lets see what you got in store for me.” It goes without saying Kareena’s no-makeup look is worth praising as it speaks volumes about her fitness regime and good diet. Soon after she posted her candid click, some netizens started age-shaming Bebo.
Reacting to this picture, one netizen commented, “iske face ko kya hogya hai ajeeb sa lag rha.” Another asked, “How does it feel getting old and grey aunty.” One of the comments can be read, “Omg iska face kaisa ho gaya hai.” The 42-year-old actress often gets age-shamed and body-shamed on social media by netizens for the way but she remains unfazed by online trolling.
Kareena in an interview spoke about ageism and body-shaming she experiences on a regular basis and mentioned that she isn’t running away from the fact that she is growing old and that it is a natural process. ALSO READ:Kareena Kapoor Does Not Want To Be Like Old Version Of Herself Seen On Koffee With Karan; Says ‘I Am Changed Person Now’
Indian Express quoted Kareena as saying, “In our society, we are still battling this (attitude). This is only natural that we grow old. And it’s fine. You are as old as you look. And we look fantastic. We are all in our 40s. But I am never running away from the fact that I’m 42. I don’t think I felt better or looked better. Sometimes, I look at the 20-year-olds and think I don’t want to be in my 20s. I don’t want the pressure of looking good and finding success. As long as you are happy with what you do, that’s all that matters.”