Sushant Singh Rajput’s death has led to debates on nepotism, mental illness, workplace bullying and whatnot. Actor Ayesha Takia has revisited old wounds and shared how she became a victim of trolling and workplace bullying during her stint in Bollywood. She took to Instagram to share her story and offered advice to those who currently experience a similar plight. “Having personally been through many incidents of trolling and workplace bullying…I wish to spread the word about this and I want you to speak up please if someone is making you feel less, small or worthless. Please know that you are incredible and unique. You are meant to be here and fight for what you deserve. You are bright and different, you must not let them win,” wrote Ayesha on Instagram.Also Read - Rhea Chakraborty’s Mobile Phone, Laptops And Other Gadgets Returned, Bank Account De-Freezed

“Pls speak to someone. Reach out. Keep a diary or talk online about anyone pulling you down, don’t take s**t! I know this is easier to say than do but you have to, you need to, you will find some one to listen. We need this world to be a kind place for our future generations and for their sake we must make sure that love and kindness lead the way. Pls be nice to people, be kind and sensitive because you have no idea how fragile or what hardship someone is going through,” she added. Also Read - Sushant Singh Rajput's Sister Shweta Singh Kirti Feels Proud as Chhichhore Wins National Award

Commenting on Ayesha’s post, singer Aaman Trikha wrote: “So massively true and bang on Ayesha. You are a sweetheart.” Also Read - Sameer Wankhede Breaks Silence Over His Delhi Visit Amid Allegations of Corruption

“Thanks Ayesha, this is the need of the hour. As many of us are suffering from this without even knowing about it and losing their self-confidence,” shared a user. “Couldn’t agree with you more,” expressed another user. Many of her fans also requested her to make a comeback.

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Having personally been through many incidents of trolling and workplace bullying…I wish to spread the word about this and I want you to speak up please if someone is making you feel less , small or worthless. Please know that you are incredible and unique. You are meant to be here and fight for what you deserve. You are bright and different, you must not let them win. Pls speak to someone. Reach out. Keep a diary or talk online about anyone pulling you down, don’t take shit! I know this is easier to say than do but you have to, you need to, you will find some one to listen. We need this world to be a kind place for our future generations and for their sake we must make sure that love and kindness lead the way. Pls be nice to people, be kind and sensitive because you have no idea how fragile or what hardship someone is going through.

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Ayesha Takia made her film debut in Taarzan: The Wonder Car and then later was seen in Dil Maange More, Socha Tha Na, Shaadi No. 1, Shaadi Se Pehle, to name a few. Her role in Dor was appreciated and won several awards for the Nagesh Kukunoor film. She was last seen in Mod along with Rannvijay Singh.