Samantha Akkineni shows her support to Sameera Reddy!

Sameera Reddy has always been vocal about speaking against body shaming and is being a powerful voice for body size discrimination, fat shaming and discrimination. She is never the one to shy away and is an inspiration many women to love and embrace themselves. Motherhood is truly a beautiful and amazing experience but definitely one of the most difficult processes that women go through. A pure and beautiful process of creation is being derogated these days and we are only appalled to see all the abuses and shames a woman has to face for just even existing these days.

In a recent time, the ‘Vaaranam Aayiram’ actress talked about the pressure mothers go through for shredding weight immediately post-pregnancy. The actress recently made yet another beautiful video. “”If you’re following me, promise me to just stay focus on your goals and we will all get there. I can angle myself and look really skinny right now or I can show how I got this double chin, or that I have a flab. But I’ll lose my weight in good time, right now, stay happy. It’s ok, we will get there. Focus on happiness.” she told her followers

Sharing the video on her IGTV, Sameera further wrote, “I had a message form a mom who says she feels ‘fat’ ‘ugly’ and ‘not beautiful’ with her post baby fat . She said she looked at me and felt dejected . OMG!!! So here are my morning swelly eyes . No tricks no make up just me owning it! And I’m hoping that this enforces a positive spin on our own expectations of ourselves . I feel coming back to the public view in a way that I feel no pressure for my own mental health has helped me stay focused on being a good mother and a person who is self accepting that makes it a healthier space for all around me . Don’t dwell on what you are not and what you don’t have ! Let’s focus on the good.”

Actress Samantha like many other women was moved by Sameera’s video and shared her story in her Instagram.

Times like these show how better the world will be if women always stand up and be there for each other.


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