Netizens Divided On Swara Bhasker's Children's Day Post Addressed To Trolls

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Swara Bhasker takes a jibe on the trolls over the controversy revolving around her abusing a 4-year-old kid. "PS: Dear Trolls, this too was a joke," she wrote.

Written By Chetna Kapoor | Mumbai | Updated On:

Swara Bhasker on Children's Day shared an adorable picture from her childhood and captioned it by taking a jibe at the trolling she received for abusing a four-year-old-kid on a comedy talk show. One big childhood lesson that she understands today is that abusing is wrong, Swara wrote on her Twitter handle. Her message was a further play on words which was concluded by saying, "PS: Dear Trolls, this too was a joke". Read below -

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Talking about the abuses she used for the kid, she said that the words she used were "in an adult-humorous tone, my exaggerated frustrations and emotions during my struggling days." She said the genre of the show was 'comedic'. "Most importantly, if you actually watch the show, you would realise that I actually was the one looking out for the child’s welfare -- trying to make sure he gets a bathroom break, which other people on the set seemingly didn’t care about. I have never abused children nor any co-actor and I have always treated children with the care, affection and the responsible conduct they deserve. I actually like children. The quip that children are evil was obviously a joke," Swara was quoted by the news agency.

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