Singer Sona Mohapatra comes out in support of Ira Khan after a troll: ‘Don’t be a shame to your parents’

Sona Mohapatra defended Ira Khan after a troll on her looks. As the singer stated, “Aapke paas obviously kuch kaam nahin hai, frustrated . . . . . .”

Mega star Amir Khan’s daughter Ira Khan recently shared about making her account public and mental health as well. Moreover, singer Sona Mohapatra defended Ira when a troll commented on her looks.

However, Ira shared a video and wrote, “I’m talking about sharing publicly. Make sure you know why you’re doing it. Then think long and hard if you want to. It’s important to speak up and normalize mental health but fight your fight first. And sharing publicly is not for everyone – and I say this with no judgment. I know lots of intelligent, brave people who has no interest in sharing publicly. I know OTHER lots of intelligent, brave people who get bothered by hate and comments on social media. So they focus their valuable energy elsewhere. Take care.”


Ira also reacted to trollers, “doesn’t even read the comments.” She also said, “Don’t share your personal things publicly unless you’ve thought long and hard about it. I know this sounds strange coming from me considering I’ve done a lot recently but that’s why I wanted to talk about it. Not that this is any sort of benchmark but just to let you guys know, I thought about it for a year before I decided to make my Instagram account public and then I thought about it for two years before I decided to talk about my mental health and my issues on social media and publicly and then it took me another year to do it. I had to make sure I was in the right mind space. Also, it depends on what kind of person you are.”

Ira further continued, “So, I wanted to put out a disclaimer because a lot of people who care about me are often worried about me posting about my private life and personal journey publicly. And it’s true you need to be careful about who you say what to. You need to make sure you are comfortable with it. If you need to make sure if you are doing it on social media then you’ve thought it through and you are sure that you want to do that. So think about it and do what works for you.”

Sona Mohapatra dropped a comment on the post, “Gudia, dolly.” One user replied to Sona’s comment, “@sonamohapatra tujhe ye dolly kahan se dikh rhi hai bewakuf ?”

Sona replied defending Ira, “Aapke paas obviously kuch kaam nahin hai, frustrated ho kar yahan pe apne loser life ka poison yahaan pe faila rahe ho. Jao kuch kaam seekho aur karo , loser banke apne ma-baap ko neecha mat dikhao.”