However, the popular actress is now officially out of Twitter. In an interview with The Times of India, the actress talked about how she prefers being herself no matter where she voices out her opinion and Twitter simply does not let her do it. She further added that social media is full of negativity these days. Having a very positive mindset, this simply does not seem to work out for her, she adds. She added that the people who troll her are higher than the people who follow her and that social media has more disadvantages than advantages.
Finally, she concluded the interview stating that women are constantly being targetted, trolled and abused on social media for being themselves. This constant criticism is creating unwanted tensions and thus, she believes that quitting would be the best option. She concluded by saying that she just wishes to live peacefully with her family henceforth.
Khushbu further stated that her true followers and friends will stay connected with her no matter what.
It was not long ago when Khushbu stood up for her daughter on social media.
Khushbu is a doting mother and loves sharing achievements of her two very strong, confident and beautiful daughters Avanthika and Anandhita. She always loves sharing pictures on social media too. In a recent, she shared pictures of her younger one Anandhita who was beautifully decked up on Diwali. She said, ” “My baby doll @AnanditaSundar miss my other doll #Avantika.. #Deepavali #Celebration #Familytime #memories.”
But, people on social media do not seem to appreciate positive vibes these days. One of the actress’ followers body-shamed a young woman without any second thoughts. But, Khushbu being a strong mother will not have any of it. She gave it back to him like a boss. She replied, “Panni modhalle un munji kannadi le paare.. nai kuda paakadhu.. vaandhi eduthuttu poidum.. bloody &*#+.”
Panni modhalle un munji kannadi le paare.. nai kuda paakadhu.. vaandhi eduthuttu poidum.. bloody &*#+ https://t.co/VIcFUdEVOY
— KhushbuSundar ❤️master of all trades, jack of non (@khushsundar) October 28, 2019
Her friend and actress Radikaa Sarathkumar came in support of the actress too saying, “Internet Psychos, talking about a child, not acceptable.”
We applaud a loving mother standing up for her daughters and teaching them to be the very same. Women must learn to never, ever ignore such trolls and stand up to it.