Bollywood actress Zareen Khan is no stranger to social media trolls and nasty comments. From getting body-shamed to being criticised for her bold roles, she has always been at the receiving end. But after seeing her reaction in a video, we feel trolls will think twice the next time they choose to mock the actress or body shame her. Zareen recently appeared on the upcoming MTV TV Show ‘Troll Police’ which is hosted by Rannvijay Singha. On the show, one troll is fooled into meeting the star after which they are questioned for their comments over a celebrity’s picture. And this weekend Zareen will be on the show, where she will be doing so. Right then, Zareen will read a comment where the guy has threatened her with rape and she lost her calm.

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She went on to tell the guy that she is in this position with her own hard work and right now she can slap him hard. She said that the guy surely does not respect his parents and that the guy needs a doctor. She shared the promo of the show and wrote, “If you have to say something, then say on my face, not in the crowd, under the guise of a username.” In her introduction video, Zareen said that when she entered the industry she was compared to Katrina Kaif, but being a Bollywood actress lookalike is more of a curse than a boon. She added that she would have been flattered on receiving this comment if she was not an actress, but otherwise, it is not cool. She also thanked her fans for making her so popular in a few years of her debut. (Also Read: Sunny Leone And Randeep Hooda’s Latest Ad Is Funny, Funky, Hot And Everything In Between)

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Zareen, who started her acting career opposite Salman Khan in Veer, was recently seen in 1921. A couple of days ago, Zareen issued a statement about how trolling affects mental health and family. She said, “Trolls don’t realise that whatever they write not only affects us but also affects our family and friends. I am very thankful for the fact that my mother is not on social media because such bad and abusive comments would definitely disturb her.”