Mrunal on being called ‘matka’ by trolls: ‘I was happy when Americans called me the Indian Kardashian’

Not long ago, Jersey actor Mrinal Thakur She was brutally body shamed by trolls after she posted a video of her intense workout session. While one online user described her body as ‘matka’, another advised her to lose weight on her lower body. While Mrunal gave a befitting reply to the trollers, on her trip to America, she opened up about being called the Indian Kardashian for her curvy figure. Also read- Jersey Box Office Collection Day 2: Shahid Kapoor’s film earns so much, no match with Yash’s KGF 2

“When I was in America, people said that a lot of women pay to get that body. When someone called me the Indian Kardashian, I was so happy that yes we need to celebrate. And now I have a I have the confidence to post the picture and I just want to make sure that these trolls don’t influence me,” Mrinal told Times Now in a new interview. Also read- Jersey Box Office Collection Day 1: Shahid Kapoor-Mrunal Thakur starrer off to a slow start, Yash’s KGF 2 fails to beat the 2nd Friday collection

Elaborating on being body shamed for his curves, Mrinal revealed that he was also asked to cut his lower body during the briefing. “If I cut — I start to lose weight from my face, then my upper body and then it moves to my lower body — I’ll still have that shape. That’s why people call me matcha and I Feels bad, I take a lot of pride in that,” she said. Also read- Trending Entertainment News Today: Sidharth Malhotra-Kiara Advani split; Shahid Kapoor garnered massive criticism for ‘insulting Mrunal Thakur and others’

He continued, “First of all it is not necessary to have a zero figure. I think it is important to be fit, not an unhealthy body. Then it depends on what type of body you have. We all have different bodies. type.”

Giving a message to the younger generation struggling with her body images, Mrinal said that she wants to normalize and appreciate every body type, be it pear shaped, slim, apple shaped or be triangle-shaped, and that “we need to be comfortable in our own skin.” She also wants to normalize real bodies. “Despite being an actress, I have acne. I have PMS. I have breakouts during my periods. So, I think we need more actresses and public figures to talk about it and normalize it.” Because we all go through our days, it’s natural and you can’t do anything about it. We need to be happy.”

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