In this digital age, we only ever come across happy posts of people living their best lives on social media. From vacation pictures, to celebrating occasions, we only see the happy moments of one’s life on Instagram as most people have the urge to curate their lives on the social media platform. However, Rytasha Rathore posted a picture on social media after she had a meltdown, and wrote that it was completely okay, while urging people to keep going. Netizens laud her for showing her vulnerable side and keeping it real on social media.
Rytasha Rathore, most popularly known for her role as a plus-sized protagonist in the television show Badho Bahu, took to her Instagram and posted a picture of herself. She can be seen teary-eyed in the snap, and in her caption, she explained that she had a meltdown on Monday morning. “Sometimes you have a meltdown on a Monday afternoon and THAT IS OKAY. You take a picture of your puffed up weepy face, send it to your therapist, schedule a session and JUST KEEP SWIMMING. Have a great week y’all. Onwards and upwards,” she wrote.
Fatima Sana Shaikh sent her the ‘biggest hug’, while many others could relate to her post and thanked her for sharing this, making them feel less alone. One social media user wrote, “Love you my beautiful bad bissssh! You got this and thank you for sharing he vulnerabilities and realness we need!!!! PROUD,” while another one wrote, “Also thank you for this reality check and being this true version of yourself ALWAYS! Jo bhi hai I hope thik hojaaye. Only love and hugs and pyaar and just beshumaaaaar pyaar ryt.” Check out her post below:
Rytasha Rathore made her Netflix debut with Masaba Masaba. A few days ago, she posted pictures from her bare body photoshoot, and replied to trolls who slammed her for the pictures and found the post inappropriate. Read more about it here.
Image Source: Instagram/rytash
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