Saif Ali Khan Reveals Kareena Kapoor Khan's Advice On Tackling Trolls; 'My Wife Told Me To Not Look Myself Up Online'

In a recent interview, Saif Ali Khan opened up about Kareena Kapoor's advice on tackling trolls online. Read on!

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Saif Ali Khan Reveals Kareena Kapoor Khan's Advice On Tackling Trolls; 'My Wife Told Me To Not Look Myself Up Online'
Saif Ali Khan is one of the most loved stars in Bollywood. As many know, he has been trolled multiple times. Recently, the actor was trolled for naming his second son Jehangir Ali Khan. Besides that, the actor also landed in a controversy after his poster from Bhoot Police did not go down well with many and he was trolled right, left and center for it. And now, in a recent interview, Saif opened up about online trolling and said that there was a point when he would look himself up on the internet and come across something that would spoil his mood.

Talking to Bollywood Bubble, he said, "“I don't read (troll comments). I am off it and it is really cool. Because it also helps me focus. It can get addictive, you know. I can google myself and start checking out what I said when and then I read something I don't like and it spoils my mood. My wife told me, ‘you know what just stop doing it’. I had stopped for a while and I really started saying what do I do."

Adding to that, Saif said, "There is something about social media which is so dangerous. There is so much anonymity you don't know who is talking to whom. So people throw a lot of violence around and stuff like that. So it can get a little wrong.” ALSO READ:Kareena Kapoor Khan Says Jeh Is In Romantic Song With Her And Aamir Khan; Actress Recalls The Time She Fainted On Sets During The Eighth Month Of Her Pregnancy

Saif Ali Khan doesn't have an official social media handle yet. Talking about Kareena, she made her Instagram debut last year. The actress is super active on social media. From sharing her selfies to family photos, Bebo's social media posts are a treat to her fans and followers.







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