Yun Shabnami, Saawariya
I need more of this voice in my life.
Defending an actress is good. I understand how it feels when your favorite actress gets a lot of hate. It’s annoying and you get the feeling that people are hating on you too (really!). But what I also hate is that people defend their favorite actress and at the same time bash another actress. That doesn’t make you any better than the haters you’re speaking of. Because you are being a hater as well. I think a lot of people don’t realize that.
Dear people on this planet, stop judging, hating and comparing actresses!
It won’t get you anywhere…
Also all these confessions about Katrina and Sonam are really making me sick. After 200 confession about their acting skills, facial expressions, dancing skills and whatever we understand how some people think of them. You don’t need to ‘confess’ it anymore, because 200 others did it for you. It is hardly a confession anymore. Just stop it already.
Maybe this will sound very dramatic or harsh, but these actresses are human beings with feelings. You seriously don’t know what your hateful words can cause….
Of course you can have an opinion about someone’s acting, dancing or whatever. And of course you are allowed to express your feelings. But be mature and use the right words for that. Do you really hate someone or wishing them the worst of the world..?
Life is too short to spent so much time hating on others ;)
This is for all the haters:
I completely agree.
As for the people who say Katrina shouldn’t be successful or act with the top men because she can’t properly speak Hindi — seriously?! I am actually MORE impressed with that girl because she didn’t originate in India, or from some famous family, and yet by her own hard work and determination, she is one of the top actresses in the business today! She is even more admirable to me since Bollywood is such an insular, exclusionary entity.
I think a lot of these “confessions” (about any actress) stem from plain ol’ envy. Get over it, okay? Haters to the left.
Sonam Kapoor for OK! Magazine’s June 2011 issue.
Photographer: Jatin Kampani