Swara Bhaskar always finds herself in a social media storm. There are a group of people who hate her for the kind of stance taken by her on certain issues. These people look for every reason to attack and mock her. This group hate her for her fierce and bold stance on social issues, such as the Kathua rape incident.
People are waiting for things to happen in her life to troll and tear her down. She had earlier drawn flak for her masturbation scene in “Veera Di Wedding”.
This is one such tweet where a person had mocked her after she had a break up with her boyfriend.
Some people ganged up together to turn it into a massive outrage holding up Amazon to remove Swara as a brand ambassador, threatening to boycott Amazon.
Some went to the extent of tweeting #BoycottAmazon asking them to remove the actor who hurt the religious sentiments of Hindus.
A while back, Swara announced her break up with her long-time boyfriend Himanshu Sharma. People became so ruthless with her in trolling for making that choice that they even mocked her by saying she can do the scene from ‘Veera Di Wedding’ for the rest of her life.
I was shocked to see how a person responded to Swara’s breakup by saying that she deserved it. I went through that ‘WTF’ moment. You might disagree with Swara to a great extent, but it doesn’t mean you go to the extent of mocking every bad thing in her life, and say you deserve it, for the reason not complying with your political views.
This is not the first time that right-wing groups have targeted several public figures on almost a daily basis. This time it has gone to the worst extent, exposing their ugly face and hatred. The way right-wing trolls changes their chance, the moment shows their allegiance to Modi Government and BJP, the person becomes the most incredibly awesome person in the world!
Can’t these people stop poking their nose in someone else’s personal life? It reminds me of the neighbourhood aunties, who used to gossip and foul mouth about every young girl in the neighbourhood.
Recently, she was trolled by a right-wing gang, when a man posted a video of him with Swara Bhasker on his Twitter handle and said, “Epic beizzati (insult) sic.” People waiting for a chance to attack jumped in to mock her. The video was shot at an Airport when this man asked Swara Bhasker for a selfie. She obliged. Instead of taking a selfie, a man shot a video with her, while saying, “Ma’am, aayega toh Modi hee.”
Although Swara gave fitting reply to the troll.
When Swara Bhasker doesn’t discriminate anyone based on political views, why would people take sadistic pleasure in trolling? Just for having a different political view?