Cassian Baliarsingh

‘Wanted’ and ‘Taarzan: The Wonder Car’ fame actress Ayesha Takia has expressed her resentment after she was repeatedly trolled over her looks and rare public appearance. Pictures and videos of her at the Mumbai airport with her son Mikail have garnered mixed reviews from fans.

While a few fans requested her to make a comeback, many trolled her for her appearance and dropped insensitive and negative comments about her. Many even claimed that she had undergone plastic surgery and ridiculed her on social media.

Reacting to all the negative trolls, Ayesha came down heavily on those who judged her based on her looks and shared a lengthy post on her Instagram handle.

Ayesha wrote, “Need to say this, I rushed to Goa two days ago… had a medical emergency in my family… My sister has literally been in hospital. Amidst all this, I remember being stopped by paps and posing for them for basically a few seconds before flying off.”

She continued, “Turns out there are no other important issues in the country except dissecting looks… Been bombarded by various ridiculous opinions of how people think I should have looked and don’t. Literally, get over me yaar, I have zero interest in doing any films or any comeback like people are saying.”

“I’m living my life happily, never want to be in the limelight, not interested in any fame, don’t wanna be in any film… So chill… Pls feel free to not care about me at all… Expecting a girl whose mostly been seen in her teens to look identical even after 15 years… How unrealistic and ridiculous are these ppl. Lol, please find better things to do with your time rather than pick apart good-looking women, I am blessed with a fabulous life and do not need your opinions, save it for those interested,” she concluded.

She further added, “I’m sending back all your shitty energy. Do better people, get a hobby, eat a fun meal, talk to your friend, smile, do whatever it takes to not feel so unhappy that you need to tell a gorgeous happy woman how she’s not looking like you wanted.”

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