Here's What Arjun Kapoor And Parineeti Chopra Think About Trolls

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Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra in a recent interview talk about trolls and the impact it has on actors

Written By Athulya Nambiar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Bollywood actors are prone to constant trolls on the internet, whether it's about their films or on any statement they make through their social media. While some celebrities choose to stay away from trolls, some give a befitting reply to them. Actors Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra, too have not been an exception to this case. Recently, in an interview with a news portal, the actors revealed how they deal with trolls. 

Parineeti Chopra said that in her career spanning six years, there has been a major change. She said that in place of appreciation, there is incessant trolling. The actress feels that the disrespect towards actors is increasing by the day and it is hurtful. On the other hand, Arjun Kapoor feels that constructive criticism is good, but getting personal is hateful. The 'Gunday' actor said that the same thing can be said in a dignified way, but they have learned their lessons the hard way and have now become thick skinned.  He further said that trolls write nasty stuff which is amplified by the media, which should not be happening. 

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The actor further said that earlier actors were not tangible, but have now become a commodity for people to consume 24/7. The increased accessibility of celebrities on social media has given negative people a boost, said the actor. 

Parineeti Chopra while narrating an incident said that when she jokingly asked a photographer to click a bad picture, he told her that he has been clicking photos for the last 25 years. He further said that earlier they (photographers) used to go back home and sit and look for the best picture but now they send a photo in the next 10 minutes that will help create a controversy. Parineeti further said that at times, actors say no to pictures and people say that actors are being difficult. However, in reality, the actors do so to protect themselves. 

Arjun Kapoor and Parineeti Chopra are currently promoting their second film together. They will be seen together in 'Namaste England', which is a sequel to the film 'Namaste London'. The film directed by Vipul Shah is slated to release on October 19. 



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