Kareena Kapoor Khan praises Amrita Arora as the latter shuts down fat-shamers and trolls

Bollywood BFFs Kareena Kapoor Khan, Malaika Arora and Amrita Arora attended filmmaker Karan Johar’s 50th birthday party recently. In hot ensembles, the trio posed for photos and videos and gave their fans some major style goals. While many showered the divas with compliments, a few users left nasty comments. And, Amrita, being as fierce as she is, slammed the fat and age-shamed trolls of the three.

Seeing some nasty comments on her photo, Amrita took some screenshots and shared them on her Instagram stories with a suitable response for the faceless trolls.

Reacting to a netizen who shamed actresses, Amrita wrote, “I keep seeing this in the comments! If n when I bother to check, unless it’s the one that comes out on top! So…buddhi is supposed to be an insult? Because to me it’s just a word… a word that means old? Yes, we are older… and wiser… but you, are you nameless, faceless, ageless? And your friends too (sic). »

In another post, she pointed to comments that made fun of her weight. And, she wrote, “I also have a lot of hate for my weight gain! I own it…love it…my weight is my problem! Since when did everything become the everybody problem! Ohhh yeah since social media give….I give zero f’ssss…so please go on, I’ll name n shame! Ha (sic).”

Kareena shared Amrita’s messages and supported her against trolls. The ‘Jab We Met’ actress wrote, “My lovely AMU,” followed by a red heart emoji. In another post, the 41-year-old actress said, “Bravo Amuuu. (sic)”

Malaika also shared Amrita’s post and in the caption she wrote, “You say sis you beautiful the way you are and guys it’s so uncool fat shaming tch tch.”

Kareena, Amrita

Kareena Amrita

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On the work front, Kareena will next be seen in ‘Laal Singh Chaddha’ as Mandela Sodhi. The film also stars Aamir Khan.


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