Sonam Kapoor shared this image. (courtesy sonamkapoor)


  • “I am here for him and yes, I am privileged,” wrote Sonam
  • “They did nothing to deserve this,” he added.
  • “I encourage you to check out my comments section,” he wrote.

New Delhi:

In a response to the abuse of social media in the midst of the “outside-in” debate following the death of Sushant Singh Rajput, Sonam Kapoor said Sunday. she recognizes her privilege As a star girl, her identity is a pride for her.

Sonam, who hails from a Bollywood family of producers and actors, shared screenshots of the expletive-laden messages directed at her, veteran actor father Anil Kapoor, producer sister Rhea, among others in the closest family.

“These are some of the comments that are presented to me. All the media and all the people who have encouraged and instigated this type of behavior are in you. People who talk about how one should have been kind to someone others are making it worse. I encourage you to check out my comment section. And I’m sure you don’t expect the same thing to happen to you. I hope your parents don’t have to see this kind of thing, “she wrote on Twitter.

Sonam said the comments he made were not even “the worst”. The actor and his team are reporting these comments to authorities, he added.

Rajput, 34, was found dead at his Mumbai residence on June 14. His death has rekindled discussions about the fight for survival in Bollywood, sailing cliques, especially for strangers.

the Neerja The actor said she is proud to be the daughter of a movie star who has worked hard to support herself in the industry.

“Today, on Father’s Day, I would like to say one more thing, yes, I am my father’s daughter and yes, I am here for him and yes, I have the privilege. That is not an insult, my father has worked very hard to give me all this. And it is my karma where I was born and who I was born with. I am proud to be his daughter, “she wrote.

The 35-year-old actress said she has disabled the comment section of her and her father’s Instagram pages to avoid the barrage of hate.

“I don’t want my 64-year-old parents to go through this. They didn’t do anything to deserve this. And I’m not doing it for fear of you morons, I’m doing it out of common sense to preserve my mental health and my parents,” he said.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is posted from a syndicated channel.)


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here