Pooja Bhatt Wants Abuse On Social Media To Stop: 'Inherently Miserable People Target Those They Wouldn’t Normally Have Access To'

Pooja Bhatt asks everyone using social media to not ignore abusive behaviour and abuse on social media. The Sadak 2 actress said that it must stop, and ignoring just seems to fuel those unleashing it to target more people

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Pooja Bhatt Wants Abuse On Social Media To Stop: 'Inherently Miserable People Target Those They Wouldn’t Normally Have Access To'
Online trolling is bad and has no limits at times. Often, celebrities receive flak on social media on their respective posts. While many ignore trolls, and online bullying, these days, there are many celebrities who have called out the abusive behaviour and abuses they received and reported it with the cyber cell officials. Now, Pooja Bhatt asks everyone using social media to not ignore abusive behaviour and abuse on social media. The Sadak 2 actress said that it must stop, and ignoring just seems to fuel those unleashing it to target more people.

Taking to her official Twitter handle, actress Pooja Bhatt penned down a long thread urging everyone facing online abuse to not ignore, react instead and report it. She tweeted, “Social media or anti-social media? Motivated, misguided or inherently miserable people target those they wouldn’t normally have access to & those who dare go against popular opinion, unleashing abuse & threats. Ignoring them fuels their frustration & makes them direct hate elsewhere.”

In her tweet, Bhatt mentioned how it is miserable people who target those they wouldn’t normally have access to and the one’s who do not dare to go against opinion, unleashing abuse and threats. She mentioned that ignoring such people and their abusive behaviour on social media just fuels their frustration and make them direct hate elsewhere.


She continued to explain in her tweet later how it is not enough to merely ignore or mute such aggressive, abusive behaviour one observes and report, block abusive behaviour that one receives. Pooja Bhatt then spoke about how criticism is one thing, but abuse quite another, and so, ignoring abuse seems to fuel those unleashing it to target more people. In her tweet, the Sadak 2 actress then said that ‘This has to stop’ as one can and should only agree to disagree, but having access to someone on social media doesn’t give anyone the right to make threats and hurl abuses. Also Read: Kangana Ranaut’s Fans Jump To Her Defense After Pooja Bhatt Shares Video Of Her Thanking Bhatts: ‘She Was A Newcomer, Couldn’t Take On The Mafia Then’



Meanwhile, as Pooja Bhatt urged fans to not stop ignoring abusive behaviour on social media, through her post, she also tried to motivate fans to take the required step in such situations. 




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International Men’s Day 2020: Throwback To 2019 When Late Sushant Singh Rajput Had Tweeted 'Men Too Have Emotions' And 'It's Okay To Cry'

On International Men’s day 2020, here’s a throwback video shared by late actor Sushant Singh Rajput saying that men too have emotions. SSR had tweeted the video last year saying how it’s okay for men to cry. Check it out!

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International Men’s Day 2020: Throwback To 2019 When Late Sushant Singh Rajput Had Tweeted 'Men Too Have Emotions' And 'It's Okay To Cry'
International Men’s Day 2020 falls on November 19 i.e today. The first International Men’s day was celebrated back in 1992 and is celebrated every year, ever since in more than 80 countries across the world. Every year, a particular theme is followed. And, this year, the theme stands for better health for men and boys. On International Men’s day 2020, here’s a throwback video shared by late actor Sushant Singh Rajput where he said that men too have emotions. SSR had tweeted the video last year saying how it’s okay for men to cry.

The irony is that Sushant, last year, had made a tweet saying that men too have emotions and that it is okay to be man enough to feel. Sharing a video of an army officer, Sushant had penned, "Men have emotions too so don't be shy to cry.  It's okay to let it out and not hold it inside. It's not a weakness but a sign of strength. Be man enough to feel. Feeling is human."

Not just this, even in his last film Chhichhore that made it to the theatres, Sushant's character of Anni spoke about how suicide is not the solution to anything and that one should learn how to deal with failure and move forward in life. Sadly, Sushant could not cope with all that life threw at him and he decided to take his own life.


Sushant Singh Rajput

Sushant Singh Rajput

Sushant Singh Rajput was found dead in his Mumbai apartment on June 14. It’s been over five months since his sudden and untimely demise. The actor’s death case is currently under investigation. (Also Read: Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Shekhar Kapur Claims He Knew The 'People Who Let Him Down'; Says The Late Actor Used To Weep On His Shoulder)



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Soni Razdan’s Latest Instagram Post Thoroughly Describes The 3 Most Frequently Asked Questions During COVID-19 Pandemic

Soni Razdan’s latest Instagram posts got many individuals working from home nodding in agreement

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Soni Razdan’s Latest Instagram Post Thoroughly Describes The 3 Most Frequently Asked Questions During COVID-19 Pandemic
Alia Bhatt’s mommy and the actress herself Soni Razdan is well-read artist, and the same reflects in her social media posts as well. During the COVID-19 pandemic, while many still continue to work from home, fulfilling their work commitments, her latest Instagram post got an instant reaction of agreement from these individuals. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic got us under house arrest in order to practice social distancing; the only way to connect with people was via social networking sites, for fun as well as for work.

Soni Razdan’s latest Instagram post mentions the most heard lines from working professionals during these days which includes when will the pandemic end?, Am I audible now? and Can you see my screen? Yes. Indeed very true. This post of the veteran actress has aptly described the lives of the people working from home during this pandemic. Soni’s post got many of her followers, agreeing with her and laughing. This post of Soni carried a caption which read, “MANKIND’S 3 MOST WIDELY ASKED QUESTIONS RIGHT NOW:”

We know you too will be nodding in agreement. 


In her yet another Instagram post she had shared a template which mentioned about what will be an irresponsible person called in the times of COVID? Covidiot. This post of Soni got a reply from senior actress Neetu Kapoor as well. ALSO READ: Like Alia Bhatt, Mother Soni Razdan Also Mutes Comments Section On Instagram: 'Was Getting The Filthiest Abusive Muck'

Soni Razdan in recent times was seen defending her husband and filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt after he was targeted in the ongoing nepotism fire on the social media platforms post Sushant Singh Rajput's death. She mentioned her husband launching new faces in the industry than anyone else. 



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