Nysa Devgan Gets Brutally TROLLED For Her Walk At Mumbai Airport; Netizens Ask, ‘Why Is She Walking Like Duck’-See VIDEO

Netizens brutally troll Ajay Devgn’s daughter Nysa for her walk at Mumbai airport!

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Nysa Devgan Gets Brutally TROLLED For Her Walk At Mumbai Airport; Netizens Ask, ‘Why Is She Walking Like Duck’-See VIDEO
Kajol and Ajay Devgn’s daughter Nysa is one of the most popular star kids in Bollywood. She is adored for her impeccable fashion sense and is known for her fabulous sartorial choices. On Tuesday, Nysa was spotted at the Mumbai airport as she was leaving for her further studies. The young girl refused to pose for the paparazzi gathered outside the airport without a mask. While fans are praising Nysa for following Covid protocols, a certain section of people is trolling her over her ‘duck’ walk. 

In the video shared on a paparazzo’s Instagram account, Nysa Devgn could be seen getting off her car at the airport. She looked uber cool in a white crop top and funky pants. When the paparazzi asked her to pose without a mask, to which she refused to do it. Soon after her video hit online, several netizens started to troll Nysa due to her walking style. One Insta user asked, “Why is she walking like duck.” Another wrote, “Chal kaise rahi yeh.” One comment can be read, “Yr ye Kitna show off krti h.”



This is not the first time that Nysa got trolled. She often comes under the radar of netizens for multiple reasons. In a recent interview, Kajol opened up about her daughter facing online hate and shared that she is proud of Nysa over the fact that she conducts herself with dignity wherever she goes. Even Ajay recently spoke about his kids, daughter Nysa and son Yug getting trolled on social media. ALSO READ: Kajol REACTS Daughter Nysa Devgan Facing HARSH Judgement Due To Her Choices; Says, ‘I Feel Proud Of Her’

The Singham actor told Filmfare that over the years he has learned to ignore online criticism and has asked his kids to do the same. He was quoted saying, "You have to constantly explain to them that they shouldn’t be bothered by what they read online. The trolls form a minuscule percent of your audience. Normal people have thousands of worries of their own to bother about films and film stars. I’ve asked around, and people have told me they’ve never done it. So, I don’t know how such negativity happens. I’ve learnt to ignore it and have asked my children to do the same. I don’t even understand what they write sometimes, so I haven’t let it bother me.”