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How Aisha Sharma shut down her haters

Last updated on: January 24, 2019 08:37 IST
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'You don't like what I'm wearing or wouldn't wear it yourself that's perfectly ok; however making accusations about my (or anyone's) character and morales based on the way they dress is beyond ridiculous.' 

Model turned actor Aisha Sharma's rant is winning the Internet.

Aisha Sharma

Photograph*: Kind courtesy Sasha Jairam/Instagram

It is common for actors and models to be criticised and trolled for what they wear, do and post on social media.

Model Aisha Sharma was a victim this week.

A photographer had posted one of her images from an event she'd attended where she was wearing a grey jumpsuit with a really deep cut.

It was a harmless, rather stylish picture. But the haters did not spare Aisha with their nasty comments.

Scroll down to see some of the comments she received on the picture:

Comments on Aisha Sharma's picture

Comments on Aisha Sharma's photo

Comments on Aisha Sharma's post

While you'd expect anyone else to ignore and move on, Aisha decided to give them a piece of her mind.

In a long post alongside the picture, the former Lakme model lashed out at her haters:

'To say that what a woman wears is an insight into her looseness and availability is grossly irresponsible of you,' Aisha wrote on Instagram.

'No wonder so many men in our country commit such heinous crimes towards women and treat us as objects when people have attitudes such as this.'

'I wear and should be able to wear what I want without people making assumptions about me.'

'You don't like what I'm wearing or wouldn't wear it yourself that's perfectly ok; however making accusations about my (or anyone's) character and morales based on the way they dress is beyond ridiculous.'

'A girl can still be 'available and easy' wearing a sari.'

'Your comments are clearly a lashing out from some kind of anger you are feeling deep inside.'

'Your comments about my body is a reflection of an insecurity about yours.'

'If I were you, I would do better things with my time,' she wrote

aisha sharma *Lead image used for representational purposes only.

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