Esha Gupta isn’t the woman whom you can troll and call names on social media. We already know how the actress has got back to her trolls and shut them off like a boss lady she is. She never shies away from expressing her opinion on social media platform, not fearing the trolls. Just like usual, the Baadshaho actress posted a picture of a wounded child on Twitter. She wrote, “I don't care which country or religion or government I have, humanity is dying. The children are dying and it needs to stop, now Syria is bleeding."
The actress was talking about the ghastly conditions of war-torn Syria where 510 people including 127 minors were killed following a week-long attacks on Eastern Ghouta. Though her post seemed as usual as a tweet can be, Internet trolls started slinging mud on the actress for ignoring India’s problems by posting about other countries’ crisis.
India me bahut yase child he— harsh kumar (@harshkumarraju) February 26, 2018
Madam india mai daily hota h, rape etc usko bhi post krdo🤐🤐🤐— kunal singh (@kun_shef) February 26, 2018
In 2011, more children under the age of five died in India than anywhere else in the world. That's 1.7 million children – over 4,650 child deaths a day – according to a new report by the United Nation's Children's Fund.— vinay verma (@vinaybunnybhai) February 27, 2018
Esha Gupta wasn’t the one who was going to take a backseat when she was smothered with such vicious trolls. She gave the best answers to the trolls and showed them their place in no time.
Getting back at the trolls, she wrote, “Your dumbness is profound, there is a difference when you are KILLING them. That’s the problem with you trollers, good for nothing, even in Humanity you see borders. Even for children you see religion. This is what is called the dark age. #HumanRightsDiedInSyria #PrayForSyria”
Your dumbness is profound, there is a difference when you are KILLING them. That’s the problem with you trollers, good for nothing, even in Humanity you see borders. Even for children you see religion. This is what is called the dark age. #HumanRightsDiedInSyria #PrayForSyria https://t.co/tXrjJ8et5J— Esha Gupta (@eshagupta2811) February 27, 2018