Actress Rhea Chakraborty, who serves as the Gang Leader on the youth adventure reality show 'MTV Roadies - Karm ya Kaand', has spoken up on the tough times she faced in life when she was labelled by people.
In the upcoming episode of 'MTV Roadies - Karm ya Kaand', Rhea will be seen sympathising with contestant Shuly Nada during the auditions over the subject of body positivity.
Rhea will be seen recalling her experience where she chose to rise above and combat all the hatred, rather than succumb to it. She will mention: "A lot of people will say a lot of things. I have been labelled with many names, and many things have been said about me. But will I accept those labels? Kya main unke wajah se apne life me rukungi? Bilkul bhi nahi. Let them go. Kaun hai woh? (Will that stop me from living the life I want, certainly not. Let them go. Who are those people to comment on me?)"
The upcoming episode will see Shuly Nadar, a gifted calisthenics athlete, sharing her traumatic experience of an abusive boyfriend and various discriminatory labels she fought owing to her skin colour. Her story will leave all the gang leaders emotional.
Gang Leader Rhea will be seen sympathising with her strongly and saying: "Nothing is wrong with your colour, you are absolutely beautiful and strong. You deserve the best in life and jo bhi aapke sath hua, woh aapki galti nahi hai, unki galti hai."
'MTV Roadies - Karm ya Kaand' airs Saturday and Sunday on MTV India and Jio Cinema.