Instead of praising the actress, netizens can spread hatred. ETimes condemns this kind of negativity especially when it is directed towards someone who has so many achievements to his name.
Take a look at some of the humiliation faced by Deepika Padukone and our reaction to the same:
“Why It’s Similar To Lady Gaga’s 2019 Oscars”
It’s not her fault if Deepika’s Oscars moment reminds you of another iconic look… she was serving up style when you hit the haters. To quote facts, Deepika and Lady Gaga’s looks were vastly different, colors do not define similarity and the comparison you want to forcefully make just shows your limited mindset. Maybe next time, take a quick course in couture before making your own joke.
“Could have worn a beautiful handwoven saree. You all represent India. Who better to promote our true craft heritage.”
You can express your opinion but the distasteful words used to belittle an actress is downright despicable! Whatever Deepika felt was the best and we should stand by her in this moment of pride and not kill her with hate.
“How to be fair skinned?”
People like you can never recover from apartheid. Discriminating an actress for the color of her skin on a global platform could be the lowest of trolls. We suggest you stay away from these rigid thoughts and empower women with love. Your lack of insight is the worst shade of gray in a time of inclusivity and representation.