Taapsee Pannu gave back to back hits last years in ‘Mera Naam Shabana and ‘Judwaa 2’. The talented actress is known for her strong and powerful roles on the silver screen and on a regular interval has to defend herself over social media. Taapsee feels that social media has given a chance for people to disrespect anyone and someone it can crush an individual’s confidence.
A while back actress was trolled for wearing a short dress. She will be soon be seen raising the issue on TV show Troll Police. The Pink actress was quoted saying that, “I think with the power social media has given us, it is so easy to mock someone nowadays. What people don’t understand is that it can genuinely crush someone’s confidence. Just because a female does not walk by the conventional rules, people like to call her by different names which are highly upsetting,
Taapsee has a huge fan following on social media and has a 5 million-plus followers on Instagram and will be the first guest on the show The actress further added that “I too have been trolled, and through ‘MTV Troll Police’, I really want to convey the message to youngsters out there that do not use internet anonymity to shed the veneer of decency.” She will come face-to-face with Ashish, a student from Lucknow and a social media blogger who trolls her on social media platforms.
Mera Naam Shabana actress also added that “It’s humiliating! After achieving so much for yourself as an independent woman, this is how you get appreciated by the men of our society. After reading all these comments, sometimes I feel that I have opted for a wrong profession. Going forward if you see any of your friend or relative trolling someone then please share this experience with them.”
Rannvijay is all set to host Troll Police, which intends to bring personalities and their trolls face to face with each other. The vision of the show will put emphasis on who in today day and age it’s very easy to go on social networking sites and leave explicit remarks on a person’s physical appearance or the kind of attire they wear for an event or to the airport.
Rannvijay also gave his opinion as to how trolling has become a nightmare for people who get affected by this and as a result, it is the “need for attention”. He also added that “But if one feels that one can hide his or her identity and use it as a platform to send inflammatory and off-topic messages and get away with it, it is absolutely wrong. It is a sign of cowardice. I hope ‘Troll Police’ enables a lot of people out there to voice their issues if they are being trolled because trolling someone is a serious offense.”
The ‘Troll Police’ is all set to premiere on MTV on 13 January 2018 at 7 pm.