Vidya Balan is known for her bold personality and the uniqueness of roles she takes up. Be it her role of Silk in The Dirty Picture or Vidya Bagchi in Kahaani, she portrays a strong headed woman. She even encourages her audience to get comfortable in their own skin. A few days ago, in an interview, the actress also revealed how she was asked to lose weight in order to get roles in the movies.
But now, Vidya Balan is back with the bang, and trust us it is one clear shot! Recently, Vidya Balan sang her first rap song highlighting the issue of body shaming. In a few minutes, she went viral and ranked in twitter trends. We have all seen and read a lot about stop 'Body Shaming' and celebrate your own body, however, most of us hardly pay attention to it.
The cruelty of the world makes it worse for women to survive with confidence. A fat woman is seen as a niche or a disliked person. We all have set standards for perfect body size and shape. But who had made these standards and stats? Well, none other than we the 'Human Beings.' We all want to see women as size zero and threw tantrums on them if they aren't in proper shape. Have you ever stopped and considered what it would have felt like being bashed for your own body? Just because you aren't fair enough, you do not fit in a particular set of people! It is at par the difference of caste, creed, and culture.
Vidya Balan took to her Instagram account and wrote, "Let’s talk about BODY SHAMING!!
Most of us are potential victims of ‘body shaming’ – the widespread phenomenon of receiving cruel feedback when our bodies don’t meet the unrealistic beauty standards of our time. Here's my take on Body Shaming. "
Listen to what Vidya Balan has to say and learn the message behind the video
Her words are harsh and heartbreaking because she is revealing the truth. She appeals to people to stay confident of how and who you are. You are much more than just your looks. Your body is important for you, love it and celebrate it. Do not let any harshness of the world clip your wings. Also, she urges the world to stop Body Shaming and polish your thought process, as we women are tired of hearing 'MOTI, CHOTI,KALI'.