Kavita Kaushik asks troll, “Is it a sin to grow old?”

Kavita Kaushik had posted a no-makeup selfie on her social media account. She got trolled for flaunting her grey hair. Kavita gave a benefitting reply to the troll.

Indian television actress Kavita Kaushik has been vocal about her views and opinions. The actress is well-known for her role of Inspector Chautala in the sitcom, F.I.R. She came to the limelight after her appearance in the 14th Season of the controversial reality show, Bigg Boss. Kavita had posted a no-makeup selfie on Friday on her social media account.

The actress got trolled for flaunting her white hair. A Twitter user commented on her post and trolled her for looking aged. He wrote, “Budhi ghodi laal lagaam,” with laughing emojis.

Kavita gave a strong reply, and wrote, “Bhaiya maine toh koi laal lagaam nahi lagaai, make up bhi nahi kiya, thoda lip balm hai bass, aur budha toh aapka baap bhi hoga, MA bhi hogi toh kya kare ? Iss desh mei umar badhna paap hai kya?” (I have not used any red leash. I have just used some lip balm, did not even use make-up on my face. By the way, your parents must also be old, what should we do? Is it a sin to grow old in this country?).

She also wrote about the child in the dp of the Twitter user, “Ye taaleem doge iss dp ki bacchi ko ki ‘beta 40 ke baad tera jeena bekar hai’ (Do you want to teach this child in your profile picture that her life is useless after 40?)”

Later, the Twitter user deleted his comment. A fan, supported her and wrote, “You are absolutely right Kavita Ji, what does age have to do with beauty? As everyone’s age increases, it means that they have no right to put photos. And yes why do these people watch Aamir, Shahrukh, or Salman Khan’s movies then they have become 50+…”

Kavita has always been quite active on social media and was seen replying to such trolls very often. Many of the social media users later apologized to her for their inappropriate comments.

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