Sat. Jul 20th, 2024

Saba Azad, an actor-musician, recently performed at the Lakme Fashion Week and received a lot of attention. However, she also faced some negative comments from trolls on Instagram. In response, she posted screenshots of the messages she received and called out the trolls.

One user criticized Saba’s dance performance on the ramp and said, “You need therapy.” Saba replied, “Why yes Sir/Madam spud. I tend to agree and I get it on the regular as should everyone else for existing in a world as consumed by hate as ours, you should try it! It helps you fill your own tanks and thus not get so deeply offended by the peaceful existence of others.”

In another instance, when someone asked, “Are you mad,” in response to one of Saba’s Instagram stories, she replied, “Yes Jaffar! I really must be to keep waking up every day in the wake of the constant hate being sent my way and thinking maybe today will be a better day and smiling and carrying on – I must be mad cause maybe the world is just filled with people such as yourself, who sit behind the safety of their screens adding nothing but hate into the world. That’s your legacy – that’s what you’re gonna leave behind. Chew on that buddy.”

Saba Azad has often been subjected to online hate, and in an interview with India Today, she mentioned how it has affected her. She said, “It’s taken me quite some time to come to a place where I treat everything else as white noise because hatred is palpable. I am not made of stone, it hits you. You feel like s***. There are days when you wake up and you wonder what did I do to anyone? What did I do to you? I am living my life, you live yours? Why are you waiting for my blood?”

Apart from her music and acting career, Saba Azad has appeared in films like “Dil Kabaddi” and “Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge.” She was also part of the Netflix anthology “Feels Like Ishq” and the web series “Rocket Boys 2.” Her latest series, “Who’s Your Gynac?,” received praise from her boyfriend, Hrithik Roshan.

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