Chahatt Khanna, who was quite active on social media, has now deactivated her Instagram account. The television star had made the headlines a few weeks ago for her ‘Quarantine Love’ posts with Bollywood singer Mika Singh. She and Mika had recreated the song ‘Bade Achhe Lagte Hain’. After that, she had been spending her lockdown with her kids and had also been sharing glimpses of her personal life on social media. Recently she slammed trolls on the Internet criticizing her for being a single mother. Not just that, she also hinted at having been depressed in her last post before she went off Instagram.
Chahatt Khanna took to her Instagram stories and first bashed the trolls. In another story, which was her last one before she left Instagram, she wrote, “No, I am not running away, just that I’ll be busy with work, for a few days. Yes, my team will keep posting pics, not me. Par story par kuch logon ko muh tod jawaab dena bohot zaroori tha (But it was necessary to give it back to some people).” She further added, hinting at her depression, “Hum zara depression mein kya gaye unko laga ki hum mar gaye, naah! Picture to abhi story line par hi hai mere dost, my mom always told me darna nahi, ladna hai aur muh tod jawaab dena hai. Lekin unko bhi love and light, wo bhi dost hi the kabhi kisi zamaane mein."
Chahatt Khanna has two daughters Zoharr and Amaira with her ex-husband Farhan Mirza. The ex-couple had tied the knot in 2013, and parted ways after five years.
In her Instagram story bashing trolls, Chahatt Khanna wrote, “Witches and bitches who can never get love, bf or family in life, forget about kids, they will never understand that kids a blessing and not a liability, or target to put a woman down.” ALSO READ: Vicky Kaushal, Esha Gupta, Chahatt Khanna, Rajkummar Rao And 15 Other Celebs RELIEVED: Building Oberoi Springs' COVID-19 Seal LIFTED- EXCLUSIVE
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