Shehnaaz Gill continues to shine in the limelight, showing the world that no amount of trolling can dim her brilliance.
Shehnaaz Gill, the vibrant and vivacious starlet who captured hearts during her stint on Bigg Boss 13, has been on a remarkable journey since her reality show breakthrough. Her career trajectory has soared to new heights, taking her from reality TV to music videos and even sharing the silver screen with none other than Bollywood superstar Salman Khan in the film ‘Kisi Ka Bhai Kisi Ki Jaan.’ Her latest film, ‘Thank You For Coming,’ produced by Ekta Kapoor, is also making waves at the box office, cementing her status as a rising star in the Indian entertainment industry. With a whopping 16.2 million followers on Instagram, it’s clear that Shehnaaz Gill has solidified her place in the hearts of her fans.
However, in the age of social media, fame often comes with a double-edged sword. Shehnaaz is no stranger to the downsides of this fame, as she frequently finds herself subjected to trolling and criticism from netizens. From her fashion choices to her English-speaking abilities, nothing seems to escape the scrutinizing eyes of online critics.
Shehnaaz Gill On Social Media Trolling
In a refreshing and candid response to these challenges, Shehnaaz Gill opened up about how she navigates the turbulent waters of social media negativity. Rather than letting the trolls get to her, Shehnaaz revealed that she actively engages with their comments. She views it as an opportunity to gain insight and, surprisingly, inspiration. “It helps me come up with ideas on how to further trigger their negativity,” she confessed with a smile. “I love doing the opposite of what people say. I love taking risks. If there’s no risk, there’s no fun. I need my life to be interesting and shrouded in mystery. Every time I see someone saying they don’t like something about me, I want to do exactly that.”
Shehnaaz also addressed the criticism she faced for her style choices in ‘Thank You For Coming,’ particularly when it came to wearing short clothes. She emphasized the importance of not shaming anyone for their clothing choices, asserting that one’s attire should not serve as a parameter for character judgment. “People have a perception that a woman wearing a suit has a good character,” Shehnaaz noted. “But clothes shouldn’t be a parameter to assess or judge our character.”
Meanwhile, On the work front, Shehnaaz’s kitty is full of interesting projects. Her upcoming Punjabi film ‘Ranna Ch Dhanna’ co-starring Diljit Dosanjh and Sonam Bajwa, is scheduled to release worldwide on 2nd Oct, 2024. She also has some Hindi projects and talks are on reportedly.